The cache is hidden at the posted coordinates. To log this cache you will need to first fulfill the following requirements:
To qualify this Geocache as a find, you must have found and logged a minimum of 1,000 unique geocaches in British Columbia.
You may use any of the following types of caches to qualify:
Traditional, Multi, Letterbox, Wherigo, Puzzle, Virtual, Earthcache, Webcam, Event, Mega Event, Cache In Trash Out or GPS Maze as long as the event or cache is located in the province of British Columbia.
If you have 999 BC cache finds, you can make this your 1000th find .
Please demonstrate the logging requirement in any of the following ways:
· Reference your public profile on geocaching.com
· Any other publicly accessible stats page
· Attach an image of one of the above to your log.
You are welcome to find the cache, sign the log, and write comments on this cache page but you cannot log this cache as "found" unless you meet the requirements.
The difficulty rating is based on logging requirements.
The cache is located in the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve near the Bear Island Bridge over the Seymour River. The bridge, open for cyclist and pedestrian travel, is located just downstream of the Seymour Falls Dam, and connects the Spur 4 road (not open to public vehicle traffic) to the trail network adjacent to the Seymour Fish Hatchery. To get to the Bear Island Bridge you will need to drive up Lillooet Road past Capilano University until you get to the parking lot at the top of Lillooet Road and then either bike, walk or run a 12 km trail to the bridge and nearby fish hatchery. The trail is paved for the first 10 km and turns into a well maintained gravel trail for about 2 km through majestic old growth forest.
The LSCR is open 365 days a year, from dawn to dusk.