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The Gunnar Nilsson & Mickey Lammers Research Forest is located at the junction of the Klondike Highway and Takhini Hotsprings road, north of Whitehorse. Please park at the gated entrance (entrance along Klondike Highway) and walk or bike inside the property. Keep your bikes on the trails. There is an established, marked trail system. All trails are easy and best used in the summer. There are many trails here so plan your day well. Dogs and bikes are welcome.
Plan for a long outing to find this cache. The trail in starts about 2km from the main entrance to the research forest. You may want to bring a snack and enjoy the view. Use the trail map provided at the front gate of the research forest to help (also on website). Follow the connector routes to access the Lowland Trail and the Viewpoint Trail.
Container is a medium rectangle container.
Cache contents at time of placing:
1 FMB pencil
2 FMB balloons
1 FMB note pad
1 small carabineer
1 emergency pack duct-tape
1 Canadian Wildlife pin
1 small light stick
1 small log book
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- A distant view.One of the many views from Lookout. You can see here where the oxbow is being cut off by the main Takhini River.
- Oxbow LakeThis oxbow lake is currently being formed as the river is finding a new path, leaving this section behind. Sometimes you may see horses swimming here.
- Trail up towards the Lookout.This sandy ridge is the path up to the lookout.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum