Geocaching is a family oriented outdoor game. On this hike learn the basics of operating a GPS unit, discover how the game is played and experience the thrill of finding caches hidden along the Echo   Ridge Trail. Learn about the Geocaching Capital of Canada GeoTour and enjoy a mid‐way break at Sticky Moose’s hideaway. GPS units are provided. All ages welcome! Suitable for adults, teens and children. Dog friendly ‐ on leash

HIKE #: 70

DATE: Sunday, September 23

START TIME: 10:00 am

DURATION: 2 hours, 2km

LOCATION: South Field at the end of Earle’s Rd. near Wilberforce



AMENITIES: Parking, washrooms, shelter, snacks

LEADER: Mary Barker aka “Sticky Moose”

LEADER BIO:  With over 35 years of Girl Guide leadership behind her, Mary Barker has found a whole new outlet for her creative imagination, outdoors skills and sense of adventure. When not Geocaching she can be found at Agnew’s General Store

DIRECTIONS: From Haliburton take Hwy 118 to Tory Hill,approximately 23km. Turn left and continue approximately 4km on Hwy 118 to the amber Light. Continue straight onto County Rd . 648 (Loop Rd). At Wilbermere Lake turn right onto Earle’s Rd.,approximately 3km. Stay to the left at the Y in the Rd.. Go up the hill, down the other side and turn into the field on the right. The distance from Haliburton is approximately 32km. The distance from Minden is approximately 56km. GPS coordinates: N 45.0193, W 78.2026

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    Sunday, September 22, 2019
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm


Venue:   Geocaching

Earle, Wilberforce, Ontario, Canada