"Time To Explore" - Let The Fun Begin
Friday, September 2, 2016
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The 4th Annual Gold Country Geocaching Event
Day One Lillooet
“Time to Explore”
In Partnership with
British Columbia Geocaching Association
Set your clocks for Friday 2nd September 2016, and come along and pick up your registration packages at the Cayoosh Campground, Lillooet between 9:00 & 11:00. Sign the logbook and then head out on a fun day of caching or try one of the many activities we have planned for you.
One of the activities on offer is The Kaoham Shuttle to and from Seton Portage will be a popular activity; the whole train has been reserved and will be filled with geocachers!!! Tickets are $10 a person and there is limited seating. To book your seats on the train email Gold Country. The shuttle will leave Lillooet at 10:30am and arrive in Seaton Portage 11:30am. The train departs back to Lillooet later that afternoon so there is time to grab
The Kaoham Shuttle Geocache.
At this time all the seats have been booked, we are taking names on a waiting list if you are still interested. There are many other activities that you can take part in so please come along.
Come back in the evening there will be a BBQ by donation at the Cayoosh Campground as well as music and entertainment starting at 5:30pm and served until 7:00 pm. The event will end at 8:00 pm.
" It’s Time To Explore."
Day One Here In Lillooet
Day Two Loon Lake
Day Three Clinton
Day Four Cache Creek
For more information, contact us HERE To register go to – I Want A Bag - Early Registration bags are $25 for adults and $10 for kids. Don’t forget to log your ‘Will Attend’ on this page.
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||If you are a Geocacher in the province of British Columbia, please join the British Columbia Geocaching Association. The BCGA is your portal to caching in and around BC. Visit bcgeocaching.com for details on how to get involved!
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