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October 08, 2010

Documenting the on-site visits at five provincial parks as part of the Nova Scotia Parks geocaching challenge. You have a passport, and you visit five parks, look for a tree, identify the tree so that you may find the final cache. Inside the geocache, there is a punch to use against your passport. Once you have all five, send it in for a free geocoin. This video shows the adventure at Salsman Provincial Park in Guysborough county. We also see Battery Provincial Park in St Peter’s Cape Breton. From our vantage point we could see The historic St/ Peter’s Canal, which connects to the Bras D’Or lakes. You can also see the forest devastation caused by the beetle attacking the spruce trees. You can read more about the challenge at the Atlantic Canada Geocaching Association. Or click straight to the ACGA event page http Nova Scotia Provincial Parks and ACGA have partnered to provide a new geocaching challenge for the 2010 season. The inaugural launch event will be held at Smiley’s Provincial Park on June 19th 2010 (GC25MQ2). Five official park sanctioned geocaches will be part of the geocaching challenge, which will be spread across five (5) provincial parks in Nova Scotia. The geocaches will be published on June 19th 2010. The geocache that is part of the passport series was a single stage multi, where after identification of the big pine tree, allowed them to find the final cache location within the park. Wizards of Caching were the FTF on this cache and
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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