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Statystyka skrzynki
Port Haney Wharf - OU050B

 A bit of history about Haney

Hidden by  vagabond8400

N 49° 12.685' W 122° 36.188' (WGS84)

 Coordinates in Other Systems
 Location: Canada
 Cache Type: Virtual
 Size: No container
 Status: Ready for Search
 Date Hidden: 31 July 2012
 Date Created: 31 July 2012
 Last Modified: 01 August 2012
 Waypoint: OU050B


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GeoKrety History

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Cache Attributes

Kid Friendly Wheelchair Access Available in Winter Historic Site Listed on OCNA Only 

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Description   EN   

This is the start of the Fraser River Heritage Walk which links the key heritage sites in Port Haney.  Check it out here....

Enjoy the view of the river and answer the following questions which can be found on the information signs and enter the answer (A+B+C+D) as the password.

By _A_ (year) over _B_ (number) of families and _C_ (number) of people.......

The wharf office was built in _D_(year) as a Real Estate office.........

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1 10 April 2016 camurray Found it

Thanks for using this geocache site.  Too bad there are not more geocaches in Maple Ridge.  We are thinking of using this site.

1 08 August 2014 Wet_Coaster Found it

This took me a little time to find.  First off, if you print the cache page to take with you, remember to take the printed page with you.  Don't do what I did.

Nice area, always love being down near a quiet stretch of any river.  Many trailers are located across on the south shore of the river so it appears many others love to be relaxing by the river as well.

There is a lot of small places like this in the lower mainland with stories to tell, some good, some bad, some inspirational.

Thanks for brining me to this spot.