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Found it brendan714 found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Tuesday, November 29, 2016Alberta, Canada

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BCP433 - Green Mountain
N50° 37.393 W114° 37.466

A fantastic hike up Green Mountain! The cap itself actually took quite a while to find, even though it should have been dead simple. I moved a bunch of rocks from the cairn, and eventually found the cap right in front of the post covered beneath quite a bit of dirt. Guess I should have expected that. Another nice spot, thanks for posting it!

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