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Ski tour to Wolverine ridge. Looking to ascend Wolverine ridge and descend from the ridge based on conditions, with the option for another lap based on the group and day. Planning for a moderate pace.
The tour starts at the Fish Creek parking lot near Lake Louise ski resort. We will ascend the ski out about 4km to above Temple Lodge before turning off to the Wolverine valley. Expect 7-8km and 800m gain to the ridge, with more depending on our choice for laps.
Based on Covid-19 procedures, we'll meet at the trailhead.
Required Items to Bring:
ski touring gear: skis, skins, beacon, shovel, probe, layers,
water, etc. Mask and hand sanitizer.
Recommended Items to Bring:
How to Get There:
From the Lake Louise exit off Hwy 1, turn right to drive towards
Lake Louise ski resort. Turn right after the Hwy 1A turn-off
the ski hill parking lots). Drive up the gravel road to the small
lots area at the end of the road – park at the lot on the right if
Google maps location:
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Registration for this event closed on Saturday, January 23, 2021 at 06:00 PM.