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Found it BVPete found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Wednesday, 02 January 2008Alberta, Canada

BCP374 – Burnt Timber Lookout
N51° 30.518’ W115° 23.603’

Shigman and I went up to the site of the former Burnt Timber Forestry LO today to find this Brass Cap and a Sleepy hollow cache. It was pretty misty, so our views were limited, but still a terrific place and we enjoyed the hike up on the well-packed trail. After finding the cap we checked out a nearby well-constructed snow cave and headed down making use of a shortcut to avoid the large elevation loss and gain required on the official road. Thanks for selecting this survey control point for your Brass Cap series ofth. What a great place!

Brutus following Shigman into the snow cave.

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Brutus following Shigman into the snow cave. Brutus following Shigman into the snow cave.

Shigman at the Brass Cap. Shigman at the Brass Cap.

Shigman on the summit ridge. Shigman on the summit ridge.

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