Radio West | Sep 26, 2013 | 4:59

Take a Geocaching Tour of BC

There's still time to explore BC on foot before the snow arrives- and there's a new way to head out for a hike. Rebecca Zandbergen spoke with Russell Mussio, one of the people behind a new collection of geocaching tours.

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