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Blitzing this one? Better bring a bucket!
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Getting to this cache won't be too bad -- it's getting into your hands that will be a challenge. You'll need rubbers, or high-top hiking boots for this one, as the trail can be pretty soggy in places, and you'll probably end up with wet feet somewhere in the last bit of the hike.
This cache was created to add to the number of QUALITY caches hidden in Manitoba. It is an official BLITZ cache for the May Madness event. Hope you enjoy the hunt!
Cache is near one of the hiking trails in the Assiniboine Forest. I was surprised at how well developed this area is. The trail is well cared for, although you'll still end up ankle deep in soggy spruce chips from time to time. Such is life....
Cache container is a 15" section of 3" black plumbing pipe, with air-tight caps. Please make sure the cap is securely replaced on leaving, or the contents will get soaked.
Cache is about 800 metres from the trailhead, and will be completely irretreivable from late fall to mid spring.
Note that this cache has a difficulty of 4. Please don't include significant hints in your logs, or I'll have to ask you to edit them...
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:26:28 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:26 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum