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East Don Parklands

A cache by biltal Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 5/27/2002
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is at the north end of the East Don Parklands. The park continues for several kilometers south and is well worth spending an afternoon to explore. There are numerous exit points with access to the TTC along the way.

This cache was rehidden after having been missing for over a year. The original hiding place is about ten meters away and was destroyed by Mother Nature. Although well hidden from the casual observer, this cache is right beside a paved, well travelled bike path. The entrance to this park is easily accessible by TTC; take the Steeles East bus from Finch subway station or the Leslie bus from Eglinton subway station, get off at Leslie & Steeles, the park is just south of Steeles on the west side of Leslie. There's limited parking available at the entrance (3-4 cars).

The cache is a small Gladware container with all manner of little trinkets in it as well as a log book & pencil. See the photo for more details.

Additional Hints (Encrypt)

The cache is underneath the bridge, on top of the second crossbeam from the end closest to the old cache site.


 

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