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

Sunday, 05 October 2008Alberta, Canada

N 50° 01.487 W 114° 13.316

BCP203 - Whaleback Ridge

Well we finally got around to checking out Whaleback Ridge this afternoon after a fair bit of planning over the last year or so.

We found a great approach just off Hwy 22 with the permission of a local rancher. The hike took us through pastures, cutlines and a fine trail along Bob Creek, down a power line right of way and up a nice wide trail to the Whaleback Ridge.

The search for the cap took a bit of work, but after checking out a few spots we uncovered the cap. Terrific views at the top with all the fantastic fall colours. Our round trip track showed a distance of 12.3 km.

TFTH in a fine spot and we'll post a few pictures shortly. This is simply a must do hike!

Through the pasture we go!

Additional Images Additional Images

Through the pasture we go! Through the pasture we go!

Down the cutline Down the cutline

Up the ridge Up the ridge

A fall shot A fall shot

Looking NW from near the cap Looking NW from near the cap

Looking SW towards Longview Looking SW towards Longview

RedRouge and Morgan checking out the views on the RedRouge and Morgan checking out the views on the

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