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

Tuesday, August 19, 2008Alberta, Canada

N 49° 21.752 W 114° 15.546

BCP123 Table Mountain

I had been to Table Mountain two years ago hoping to get the brass cap but had to abort the plan due to a rare event for this area, RAIN. Today we returned to complete are quest. We had just completed Carbondale lookout so we were warmed up for the hike. SH set a blistering pace for the first section and I was thankful that there was a cache he needed to find so I could get a break. We were soon at the top of the mountain and began our long gentle traverse to the brass cap. Why do they put these caps so close to the edge? Great views from the cap location. After a quick lunch we head back down the scree to the vehicle.

A great hike, TFTH.

Local vegetation.

Additional Images Additional Images

Local vegetation. Local vegetation.

Approaching the cap. Approaching the cap.

The Brass Cap The Brass Cap

Sleepy taking Pictures Sleepy taking Pictures

Table Mountain Table Mountain

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