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Maple Lake Cache II
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Note: Currently I have no proper trail head for this cache. New Construction has blocked the trail. The old trail head was at the end of Maple Lake Road in Timberlea. Here you used to find an entrance to Minister Hill Trail. This trail would pass by Minister Hill and continue to Hammonds Plains Rd. If you plan to follow the 8km trail to the end, take your rubber boots and a map. Our cache is located on Maple Lake. The trail is nice and wide but quite rough and unkept.
Our first cache hidden on Maple Lake lived for one year and was found 32 times before it was stolen from us. Maple Lake Cache II has been relocated 68m further from the water but the path will still provide you with a wonderful view of the lake. Stay on the road/path for as long as you can. You will eventually be on a very narrow foot path but you should only need to bushwack the final 30m or so. Please be careful on the rocks! Our cache is a regular black ammo container. It was originally stocked with a logbook and a dozen good quality items so hopefully everyone will find something nice to trade.
For something a little strange, check out the mountain of sawdust. I added the coordinates to the list. The pile is large enough to be seen on Google Earth.
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Last Updated: on 11/16/2017 11:59:02 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (7:59 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum