This cache placed as part of the
I discovered this trail some time ago and knew it had great caching potential.
However, when first discovered the trail head had so much trash that it was utterly disgusting. For that reason on Earth Day 2006 I organized a CITO Event that was an overwhelming success. Over 60 Geocachers rose to the challenge and were able to remove over 5000Kgs of trash from the trailhead. Yes that’s right 5 Metric tonne of trash left behind by ignorant people. Now most of the trail entry points are barricaded with large boulders to keep the litter bugs away and the trail has remained pretty clean ever since.
Following this wonderful trail to the end will bring you to Big Indian Lake. This used to be a crucial point for the Halifax Watershed and the remains of a pump house can still be seen on the shores of the lake.
While seeking out this cache be sure to look for the two other caches en-route, GCV32W, Snakes of Nova Scotia ~ CK's Nature School and GCZW4M - Old Watershed Road.
The cache itself is a small Lock-n-Lock container suitable for a log book and small trade items.
For fun hint at home as to where find this cache click "USERS WEB PAGE" at the top left of this page under my name.