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

Tuesday, July 29, 2014Alberta, Canada

BCP206 - Yellowhead Lake
Posted: N52 51.040 W118 35.045
MyGPSr: N52 51.046 W118 35.045

Rather than ford the creek/river, I opted to try to find a way to drive to the north side. I started by going about 250 metres west of GZ where a gated road meets the highway. Walked until I came to the south side of the stream. Nope. Then I drove 2-3 km west and found a gravel road. Eventually managed to find a way to get to within 130 metres of the cap, even in my low-clearance car. Bushwhacked my way there and spotted the deteriorating wooden structure above the cement pedestal. Brushed off the pine needles from the top, and there was the cap. Thanks for another brass cap adventure.

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