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Found it cougarman70 found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Friday, August 17, 2012Alberta, Canada

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N 51° 26.532 W 115° 16.006
BCP584 Burnt Timber Creek- 8th Baseline

An awesome day in Waiparous Valley with Sleepy Hollow! Never a dull moment on this adventure...it had a little of everything from a great 4x4 track, mountain bike, hike, scramble, ridgewalk and a very quick decent on a perfect scree run.

All topped off with a pristine cap and some great company.

Thanks for a memorable day!

Perfect weather atop the nameless mountain.Hanging around the summit after a successful cap find

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Perfect weather atop the nameless mountain. log image Perfect weather atop the nameless mountain.

Looking back down the ridge log image Looking back down the ridge

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