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Found it Red90 found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Friday, August 19, 2005Alberta, Canada

N 51° 11.024 W 115° 41.540

Mount Cory
BCP109

Ah after all the talking I finally got out and did this one. No problems. There is nothing technical to overcome and no exposure. Take the normal route to Mount Cory. At the top of the treed ridge you come to a small pass. The cap is on the small summit to the left. Mount Cory is to the right. From the pass it is 5 minutes of easy hiking.

You do NOT need a GPSr to find this cap. There is even a summit register to sign at the cap.

2 hours to the cap from the car, 1 hour return. 2.7 kms each way and 964 meter elevation gain.

And, yes, I'm an idiot and forgot the camera at home.

Track LogThis is the full track log. As you can see I did not climb Mount Cory.

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Close up of the cap area Close up of the cap area

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