Millenium Trail mini-cache series #04
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The Millennium Trail is an easy and popular 5 km paved trail on the southern side of town. It runs along both sides of the Yukon River, adjoined by the Rotary Centennial footbridge, the midway point. Easily done on bike or on foot.
The kid friendly Millennium Trail mini-cache series was placed by Shai, a four year old, with the assistance of her mom. They are also her very first GC hides. Each cache (there are 4) is slightly larger than a micro and so can hold only very small token items. Despite their small size, they are placed in fairly easy locations a couple/few paces from the beaten track so as not to harm the natural environment and to make it accessible to the youngest among cachers. Look in obvious places - tree nooks, around stumps and in (hopefully) abandoned burrows. A clue (below) will be given for each cache. We decided small and camouflaged was best because the trail is very well frequented. Please replace as discretely as when you find them.
Can you find them all in a day? For visitors of Whitehorse with time to burn, begin at the SS Klondike, cross the Robert Campbell Bridge and follow the paved path that breaks away to the right from the main road. Don't forget to stop at the fish ladder. Bring an angler's license, a rod, and two crossed fingers to catch the evening meal. Enjoy!
Original cache -
- First to find $5
- a bug
- a lizard
- 2 marbles
- 2 hair pieces
- head band
** This one is slightly harder to find than the first ones placed.
ZHFG tb qbja gb gur by' svfuvat ubyr.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum