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Ice Angel LbNA #62849

Owner:Silver Eagle Contact Supporter
Plant date:Aug 2, 2012
County:Alberta, CAN
Found by: Not yet found!
Last found: N/A
Hike distance:Unknown
Last edited:Aug 2, 2012
Terrain Difficulty: Easy (slight slope, 2 km RT)
Recommended Ink: blue & black
Status: alive

Mount Edith Cavell was named in 1916 for Edith Cavell, an English nurse executed by the Germans during World War I for having helped allied soldiers escape from occupied Belgium to the Netherlands. On its north face is a hanging glacier shaped like an angel, which can be seen from where this box is located.

From Jasper go south on Hwy 93 about 6.5 km, then right on Hwy 93A for about 5 km. Turn right on Edith Cavell Road and go to its end and park at the far end.

Walk up the stairs and go left on the elevated part of the Path Of The Glacier Trail. Go to the viewpoint of Angel Glacier with an information sign about it. Turn around and go back 20 steps to a large boulder a few steps off trail to the right. LB is under the left back base in a crevice under rocks. Please replace as described and be discreet. You can continue on the loop trail or go back the way you came.