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

Friday, 02 April 2010Alberta, Canada

Yellowhead Lake Cap

BCP 206

N 52 51.040

W 118 35.045

1120m

Drove past this cap ...slowed, stopped, walked,and or drove etc at least 3 times.Followed the directions to get in and discovered that the way was blocked by 3 feet of snow...a poor winter meant walking across the river was actually an actuallity this week.It was worth it.Lo and behold it was a spectacular view when I got in there.A falling down tower and some beautiful bearing trees made my trip a memory for a long time.I wish I could say more...here are some pics

[This entry was edited by dronnord on Thursday, April 08, 2010 at 9:12:03 PM.]

The river

Additional Images Additional Images

The river The river

The Tower BCP 026 The Tower BCP 026

An Original Bearing Tree An Original Bearing Tree

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