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

Saturday, November 26, 2016Alberta, Canada

BCP562 Coffin Moutain

Posted: N50 06.413 W114 23.332
My GPSr: N50 06.414 W114 23.332

This proved to be a fun climb, despite the cold, fierce winds and steep drops that tested Ms. CR's comfort levels. But she was a trooper, and we made it to the summit, where we found the cache and the brass cap. Quite a day. Thanks for bringing us here.

We found the cap at the bottom of the rock cairn, about six inches west of the white pole marking the summit. You'll have to move some rocks to see it.

Brass cap in context

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Brass cap in context Brass cap in context

View of Sheep Moutain from GZ View of Sheep Moutain from GZ

View of Mount Livingstone from near GZ View of Mount Livingstone from near GZ

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