This may have been discussed in the past, and, if so, I apologize. Yesterday, in weather much too cold to be outside in the first place, I went caching in Southern Maine. The first cache was located in a fence about 2 feet above the snow and, therefore, easily found. The next two were probably buried in the base of a sign and in a stone wall, but I couldn't find either of them because I couldn't get to either base of the sign or the wall because of the snow and ice. Had I known these caches were not accessible when there is snow/ice on the ground, I would have skipped those caches until the spring. So, is there a way for cache owners to indicate the "snow accessibility" of their caches?