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A 3 Stage Multi Cache Located along a section of the Oak Ridges Moraine Trail bordering farmland near Hammertown, Ontario.
Cache elevation: 273m
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This cache was originally hidden as part of the Home on the Moraine series, but has now been transitioned to a regular cache hide.
At the listed coordinates, you will find a sign posted by the Oak Ridges Trail Association giving thanks to the local landowners for allowing the trail on their property.
Who are the landowners?
Count the number of letters in the name and divide the total by 100
Add this number to both the minutes in the following coordinates to find the next stage:
N43 58.149 W79 44.157
The next stage is a brass tag attached to a fence post which contains the coordinates for the final.
The final cache is a camouflage painted ammo can hidden out of sight.
You can Park along the side of the 12th Concession at: N43 58.188 W79 44.766 and follow the trail into the forest. The trail is also accessible from 11th Concession in the east, but the entire length of this road is an actively patrolled tow-away zone, so do so at your own risk!
You will follow the Oak Ridges Trail through private property within sight of a residence and need to climb 2 stiles on your way to the cache. Please be respectful to the property owners. Hopefully your geodog is trained to climb stiles!
The Oak Ridges Moraine extends 160 kilometres from the Niagara Escarpment in the west to the Trent River system in the east, and is on average 13 kilometres wide. One-hundred-and-fifty metres deep, the Moraine stands out as one of the most distinct landscapes of southern Ontario. Its height above the flat lands to the north and south, its rolling hills and river and stream valleys and large blocks of mixed forest provide solace and a sense of connection to the people who live, work and play on the Moraine, natural and wild habitat for flora and fauna, and untapped recreational opportunities.
- Family friendly.
- Not Recommended at Night due to proximity of landowner residence.
- Bicycles are not allowed on this section of the ORM Trail.
Other caches in the immediate area include:
Simcoe County Trails Series - Tottenham Forest
Last Cache Maintenance Visit: August 20, 2011 by TOMTEC
Details: Removed container & redirect tag to archive listing.
Any logs that contain SPOILERS will be deleted without exception, and will have to be re-entered by the seeker to be accepted.
This also applies to logs that contain content suggesting inappropriate activity or do not conform to the guidelines as listed on the Cache Page or no longer relevant.
Any needed assistance was included in the HINTS section, and was provided by the Cache Owner.
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