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GCJCV2 $1,000,000 View at Christopher's Chasm
Canada

A five hour hike with a couple friends and our dogs. Location discovered by geocaching. Two kilometers from car to the top.

I knew the snow was going to prevent us from finding the geocache this trip, but I went this time to take the panoramas.

The GCJCV2 $1,000,000 View at Christopher's Chasm geocache.

Copyright: Jim watters
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上传: 18/03/2013
更新: 21/07/2014
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Tags: new brunswick; ben lomond montain; loc lomond; trail; hiking; walking; geocaching; geocache
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