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

Friday, July 11, 2014Alberta, Canada

BCP623 Elk Creek Fish Pond
N52ᵒ 03.576' W115ᵒ 39.585'

After finding BCP 645 the TiE team and I headed south on hwy 734 to find this cap. We bypassed the Benchland cap as the only access we could find off hwy 734 was blocked by a locked gate and we too beat from the Coliseum hike to face another round trip walk of 9kms to get the cap and we didn't have time to search out the route from Nordegg.

Anyway, the drive to the Elk Creek cap was long and dusty with many cars trailers and what not on it today. We did stop at Ram River Falls so I could take a look at it, pretty spectacular! After that we continued south to the cap which was a nice easy find elevated 6 inches or so above ground level. The photos were taken and off we went heading south on 734 to the Red Deer River then east to Sundry and home along 22.

Thanks for the cap outforthehunt and to TiE and his sons for providing the transportation and great company. A wonderful day out in the hills indeed.

The cap photo.

Additional Images Additional Images

The cap photo. The cap photo.

Mr TiE at the cap. Mr TiE at the cap.

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