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BIT on Barton #1 - OU07B3
Canada's first BITcache, on Barton near Lake Ave. There will be an urban hike, since there is no parking nearby
Owner: Bon Echo
N 43° 14.081' W 79° 45.118' N 43° 14' 4.86'' W 79° 45' 7.08'' N 43.23468°  W 79.75197° 
Altitude: m. ASL.
 Region: ? > ?
Cache type: No translation available (id: )
Size: No container
Status: Archived
Date hidden: 2015-03-18
Date created: 2015-03-18
Date published: 2015-03-18
Last modification: 2019-06-29
1x Found
0x Not found
0 notes
watchers 0 watchers
73 visitors
1 x rated
Rated as: n/a
Cache attributes

Available in Winter  Listed on OCNA Only  Password needed to post log entry! 

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Description EN

Here it is Canada, the moment you've been waiting for. the very first BIT cache in Canada!


If you found this BIT cache by accident - that's GREAT! I was hoping you would, that's why I placed it in clear view. Welcome to Opencaching North America. Keep reading.

You've found a BIT cache - BIT stands for "Bound ID Tag" to represent that the cache is bound in plastic. This is a playing card type paperless cache. Each game piece has a serial number on it and this is also the password needed to log the find. Visit for more information on bitcaching.

To log this find, you will need to create a free account at Opencaching North America

The BIT cache is just one of twelve different geocache types available to be found, or placed. Take a tour of the website to find more information, or to search for other caches hidden in Hamilton and beyond.

If you found this cache on purpose (that is, you knew exactly what you were after and visited this glorious location just to find this BIT cache) - that's GREAT too. I'm glad you came, and hope you enjoyed the "hike".

Cache maintenance log:

18 March 2015 - BIT Cache hidden and published on OCNA.

Placement is verified weekly as I frequently travel by the BIT and can see it while driving. I also walk/bike by it frequently enough to ensure the text is still legible. It is holding up better than I expected.

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