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

Saturday, June 19, 2004Alberta, Canada

N 49° 21.752 W 114° 15.544

BCP123 - Table Mountain

The approach to this one is really easy--if you're starting from the Table Mountain Cache! Just a nice easy walk over along a spectacular ridge. Great views of the windmills, and the mountains.

The brass cap is well situated on the peak. Don't try to get a shot of it with the mountains in the background. That first step is a long one.

We must have sat at the summit enjoying the view for a good 45 minutes or so. It was too nice a day to move on, but we did have some other caches to find before heading back north.

Instead of retracing our steps, we scree skied down the gulley. I was a little concerned that we might run into a headwall on the way down, but no problems.

Red RocksAbout half way between the west summit and the main summit.

Additional Images Additional Images

Red Rocks Red Rocks

One of these things is not like the others... One of these things is not like the others...

Cymbc at the cap Cymbc at the cap

Another view of the goat Another view of the goat

Scree skiing Scree skiing

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