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

Monday, July 18, 2016Alberta, Canada

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N 50° 49.022 W 115° 11.616

BCP676 - Fortress

After my enjoyable little outing up Little Beehive at Lake Louise I decided to head down and check out the newer Fortress cap. I found the situation largely unchanged as described in few earlier logs.

Oh well, I hit the trail and enjoyed the hard packed road way through eleven or twelve switchbacks to GZ and the AGL cap. What a splendid spot with plenty of wild flowers and awesome views of the very familiar surrounding peaks. Just a terrific spot for a cap - thanks OFTH for setting it up!

Similar to Mr. Canoehead's experience, the GPS showed a 14 - 15 km round trip with 500 - 600 metres of elevation.

The cap site

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The cap site log image The cap site

The well conditioned road log image The well conditioned road

The Fortress log image The Fortress

A Fortress Close Up log image A Fortress Close Up

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