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Southern Ontario Challenge - Yours to Discover

A cache by Binrat Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/26/2012
5 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:

Cache is at posted co-ordinates but you must meet the requirements of this challenge in order to log a find on it.

The Rules:
  • Find a Geocache in each of Southern Ontario's 40 Official Divisions (ie. Counties/Districts/Municipalities)
  • On the off chance that you need a single cache in Leeds and Grenville County, this cache may count towards your 40 required finds
  • Parry Sound is sometimes referred to as a Transitional Point between Northern and Southern Ontario, you do not need to find cache here.
  • Finds can be before this cache was published, or after this cache was published. No terrain/difficulty requirements.

You will have to prove this in your log somehow, either by using a bookmark list or by generating a GSAK Ontario-County map, or just by plain old listing them in the cache log. 40 CACHES - 40 DIVISIONS

If I feel you have not sufficiently met the cache requirements I may ask you for a few more details.




1. Brant
2. Bruce
3. Chatham-Kent
4. Dufferin
5. Durham
6. Elgin
7. Essex
8. Frontenac
9. Grey
10. Haldimand
11. Haliburton
12. Halton
13. Hamilton
14. Hastings
15. Huron
16. Kawartha Lakes
17. Lambton
18. Lanark
19. Leeds and Grenville
20. Lennox and Addington
21. Middlesex
22. Muskoka
23. Niagara
24. Norfolk
25. Northumberland
26. Ottawa
27. Oxford
28. Parry Sound
29. Peel
30. Perth
31. Peterborough
32. Prescott and Russell
33. Prince Edward
34. Renfrew
35. Simcoe
36. Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry
37. Toronto
38. Waterloo
39. Wellington
40. York

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