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Impact of Seymour Slide on LSCR caching


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Highlander 71



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PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2014 9:05 am    Post subject: Impact of Seymour Slide on LSCR caching Reply with quote

Has anyone had an opportunity to go have a look around the Twin Bridges area yet? I see stuff on the news, and I know mcwilli and Sailaboat have disabled their entire LSCR series.

Do we have any idea exactly how many caches have been or are likely to be submerged? I heard a comment that the new lake on the Seymour River reaches as far north as Boulder Creek, so looking at the map shows we might have lost Never Mined, LSCR06, and the final for an old cache series.
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katcogo



Joined: Feb 21, 2009
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Location: Burnaby

PostPosted: Mon Dec 29, 2014 10:55 pm    Post subject: Re: Impact of Seymour Slide on LSCR caching Reply with quote

My sister and I went up to the end of Riverside the other day to take a look. The first 3 caches along that trail were available, the 4th was behind a safety fence. The trail was blocked off appx 120 M further along from there. There is a great view of the slide with an interpretive sign along the trail and some cool photos. The lake is 900M long but not viewable from that point. I think if you come at it from the other direction (Twin Bridges Trail from Rice Lake parking) you can see it. It doesn't look like too many caches are under water at this time. We reported our findings to McWilli and he said they would be doing a recon mission soon.
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