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Found it j2d2 found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Saturday, June 19, 2004Alberta, Canada

N 49° 21.752 W 114° 15.544

BCP123 - Table Mountain

What a fantastic hike... after replacing the Table Mountain cache GC6EB3, it was nice rolling stroll on the "table" of Table Mountain. It sure is an geologically interesting mountain, all sorts of different types and colours of rocks. Too bad I don't know anything about geology.

We couldn't have picked a better day, absolutely perfect with no wind and clear skies. I think we all got fairly well fried by the sun.

The cap was right on the edge of the cliff, sure would have been tough if the wind was howling. We saw a sheep up there as well, I do believe he was looking for the cap as well.

We used the Reastick© Brand scree-jumping method of going down - tons-o-fun.

Highly recommended cap, there was only a small smattering of swearing directed at OFTH this time.

[This entry was edited by j2d2 on Sunday, June 20, 2004 at 7:05:07 PM.]

Looking towards the cap from the cache.Can you make out reastick and Cymbc?

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Looking towards the cap from the cache. Looking towards the cap from the cache.

Reastick wearing Rabbit Ears Reastick wearing Rabbit Ears

At the cap At the cap

Looking straight down the cliff Looking straight down the cliff

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The cap with Crowsnest Mountain in the distance The cap with Crowsnest Mountain in the distance

Ripple rock on the edge Ripple rock on the edge

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