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Cachers in the Wry



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PostPosted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 3:34 pm    Post subject: Snow caching trails? Reply with quote

Can anyone recommend some trails in the Hope - Princeton - Merritt area that people have hidden winter friendly caches on? We have cached around Lac Le Jeunne and there are a few more there we could grab while skiing or snowshoeing. I just wondered if there are any other trails for snowshoeing where the caches were hidden with winter cachers in mind.
Thanks for any suggestions.
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geo_canuck77



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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 6:51 pm    Post subject: Re: Snow caching trails? Reply with quote

Poland Lake in Manning is a good trip, around 5-6 hrs.
Elfin Lake trail has 3 on it and is a good winter trail, we did a overnighter at the hut since it's around 5-6hrs in. That is in Squamish though.
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Cachers in the Wry



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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05, 2011 8:43 am    Post subject: Re: Snow caching trails? Reply with quote

I had forgotten Poland Lake. That is on my list of snowshoe hikes to try, and the Needle too. The trails in Manning are well used and the trail is usually broken so it isn't so much work.
Here are some other nice snowshoe hikes for those interested:
Windy Joe, Lightning Lake Loop, Falls Lake, Portia, Dewdney Trail, Lac Le Jeune (this one has many caches around the edge of the lake), and a nice short one for those who just want to try it out is the Canyon Nature Trail.
This is a fun way to enjoy the snow and find a cache or too as well.
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