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Pink Action: Hi folks, the Halifax North West Trails Association has decided to postpone their event due to the current COVID restrictions for HRM, however, I think I will just archive this. I may repost, but probably not this year. Thanks to all who signed up.


Improving the Outdoors - Mainland Common Loop

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Hidden : Saturday, 15 May 2021
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Geocache Description:

15 May 2021, 08:45 - 11:00

For those of you who have not already logged it, participating in this event will qualify you to log the new Locationless Cache, GC8NEAT "Let’s improve the outdoors".

We will take a group photo at the beginning of the event. 

No dogs please. Kids welcome.

We are very happy to host the Fourth Annual CITO event on the Mainland Common Loop Trail in cooperation with the Halifax North West Trails Association. This will be light maintenance on one of their trails, a 1 km loop. 

Our tasks will consist of raking and spreading new wood chips over the trail.

The event is expected to take two hours.

The schedule:

8:45 am - Meet at parking lot, sign log book, and get ready

9:00 am - Maintenance starts

11:00 am - Maintenance anticipated to be done


  • Some rakes
  • Wood chips in bags (easy enough to carry)
  • One wheelbarrow

Geocachers please bring:

  • Proper work clothing that you won't mind getting dirty
  • Work gloves
  • Work boots or hiking boots
  • For the ambitious only - Extra rakes for yourself or others, if you have them
  • For the extra ambitious - Extra wheelbarrow, if you have one

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. 

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