Mt Cline is an 11,000'er located on off the David
Thompson Highway. The southwest ridge route
includes a short section of snow/glacier travel,
moderate scrambling and 2 crux notches on the
ridge. Overall an easy/moderate climb. Great for
all levels of experience. On Saturday we will
hike the bivy site, about 4-5 hours and set up
camp. We will get an early start Sunday for the
climb and return to the cars Sunday evening. For
those interested in rounding out the weekend we
will camp on the Ice Field Parkway Sunday night
and go to Lake Louise for sport/trad climbing on
Required Items to Bring:
Personal gear/clothing and food for two nights of
Climbing and glacier travel gear: Helmet, harness,
mountaineering boots, crampons, ice axe, belay
device, 2 additional locking carabiners, anchor
sling (120cm) w 2 non-locking and 2 locking
carabiners, 2x 5mm 10kN accessory cord, 1x 2m 10kN
Optional : rock climbing shoes
A formal gear list will be provided closer to the
Recommended Items to Bring:
Warm belay jacket, extra pair of gloves, extra
layers/warm clothing, waterproof shell, thermos
with hot drinks, lunch, sunglasses, sun screen and
How to Get There:
Calgary to Saskatchewan Crossing, east on Hwy 11 to
Thompson Creek campground
Carpool Departure Time:
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Registration for this event closed on Wednesday, August 28, 2019 at 09:00 PM.