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

Saturday, 31 October 2009Alberta, Canada

N 50° 44.765 W 114° 49.369

BCP448 - Threepoint Trail

BVPete, Takin It Easy, and I got an early start to tackle this very scenic walk in the Elbow Valley. We thoroughly enjoyed the hike with reasonably good trail conditions all the way to the cap. In fact the cap required no real cleaning, as it was sitting exposed in the middle of the trail. We completed the 14 km journey in under 4 hours - simply a nice walk in the park on a Saturday morning!

Thanks for setting up this cap OFTH, and to my hiking partners that provided good company and conversation on the trail. I'll post a few pictures of our trip!

Early morning on the trail

Additional Images Additional Images

Early morning on the trail Early morning on the trail

Getting a little light Getting a little light

A little stormy in the distance A little stormy in the distance

A small quantity of snow A small quantity of snow

The snow covered mountains The snow covered mountains

The wildlife along the way The wildlife along the way

Back along the Big Elbow Back along the Big Elbow

Daylight on the Big Elbow Trail Daylight on the Big Elbow Trail

The rainbow The rainbow

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