Nokiiadaa on the River Cache
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This Multi-Cache is approximately 7.7km round trip on a packed soggy trail.(During this time of year!!!)
The above co-ordinates will take you to the parking area, and to the start point. This is a nice trail that the whole family can do.
This Multi-Cache will take you through the 68.3-hectare site. This area has remnants of a “Ghost” Canal System that was built and abandoned in the 1900’s –without ever having been used. The reservoir was constructed to connect the Trent Canal System. At that time water transportation was cheaper than rail service. The system was 85% complete when a change to the Federal Government stopped the completion in 1911.
1) To get to the Beavers Grove:
At the posted location there is a sign. Add 3473 to the incorporated year. This will give you the latitude.
N 44º 0X.XXX W 79º 27.438
2) At the Beavers Grove:
You will be looking for a small container, where only a small hint will fit!!!
(Seal the container well when done, so that the clue does not get wet) This will take you to the next location.
3) Enjoy the view!!!
From these co-ordinates you will need to go 268.7 metres at a bearing of 284º True.
N XXº XX.XX6 W XXº XX.XX6
4) A History Lesson to be found: (To Find the Cache)
Distance to the cache:
Subtract 274 from the year the French introduced Sailing Boats into Lake Ontario. This will give you the distance in metres.
N XXº XX.XX0 W XXº XX.XX5
Bearing to the Cache:
Subtract 1441 from the year the Fort was established in Rouille (Toronto). This will give you the Bearingº True
4)This is part of the Holland River Trail. It is not "Private Property"
PB Container at the base of a tree. You could dig for it in the winter if you really wanted to. That's how I came across it. :)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum