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Found it Red90 found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Saturday, 03 September 2005Alberta, Canada

BCP228 Mount Allan
N50 57.559 W115 13.485

Wow, what a great day out with great friends. j2d2, Redrouge Sr., Ibycus and Quantumleaper.

We hiked from Ribbon Creek through to Dead Man's Flats across Mount Allan (the Centennial Trail). Almost 20 kms with 1350 m of elevation gain. The weather was great other than strong winds on the open ridge during the climb. Thanks to j2d2 for putting this together. The rain strated hard just after we got back to the cars. Perfect timing.

The cap and the GPSrs

Additional Images Additional Images

The cap and the GPSrs The cap and the GPSrs

j2d2 checking out the rocks j2d2 checking out the rocks

Part of the ridge from Ribbon Creek Part of the ridge from Ribbon Creek

Rocks Rocks

The top of Mount Allan seen from the descent ridge The top of Mount Allan seen from the descent ridge

The last difficult downclinbing on the way out The last difficult downclinbing on the way out

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