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

Saturday, 20 December 2008Alberta, Canada

N 51° 54.171 W 115° 12.409

BCP421 Marble Mountain.

We headed up Marble Mountain on this frigid, frigid day. We rented snowshoes for the trip and this was a saving grace as there was a ton of snow in this area. Now, I was thinking that this is not really a moutain but a small pimple in the foothills. Boy, was I wrong.

We followed a cut line that went up and up and up. With the snow and snowshoes the journey to the summit took a good two and a half hours. At the summit we took the usual pictures and then searched for a nearby cache. It became very chilly when were were not moving so we began our return trip in short order.

A great trip on a cold day, thanks for the cap.

Self Portrait

Additional Images Additional Images

Self Portrait Self Portrait

Marching Tree Marching Tree

Our Snowshoe Trail Our Snowshoe Trail

Sleepy Hollow Resting at the Peak Sleepy Hollow Resting at the Peak

A friendly grouse A friendly grouse

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