Welcome to the Leaside Spur Challenge Trail!
The Don Mills Trail (also known as the Leaside Spur Trail) is a 3-kilometre multi use trail in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Hikers, runners, snowshoers and even the odd cross county skier can be found along the paved paths of the Leaside Spur Trail. The trail runs south from York Mills Road, east of and roughly parallel to Leslie Street. It was built on the roadbed of a former railway line, known as the Leaside Spur. (To learn more visit Don Mills Trail Wiki page).
With such a nice stretch of trail available, the East End Hooligans (Bouffe, Catapocalypse, ikkipants and yellow.warbler) thought it would be fun to bring a few Toronto based Challenges to the Big Smoke! We hope you enjoy your hike, the challenges and the hides!
The cache IS hidden at the posted coordinates. In order to qualify for this challenge, geocachers are required to have found 20 caches with a tree climb attribute, 5 of which need to be found in the Toronto region.
- You must sign the logbook AND meet the requirements of the challenge in order to log this cache as a find.
- Geocachers are welcomed to find the cache and sign the log before they fulfill the requirements of the challenge. Please post a note on the cache page if you have found the cache prior to fulfilling the challenge requirements. This note can then be changed to a found it log once the requirements of the challenge are met.
- Please use the project-gc checker below to determine your qualifications.
- Logged finds that do not meet the challenge requirements will be deleted. Logged finds with no signature in the logbook will be deleted.