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leaders' choice - to be announced
Date(s) & Time:
Sunday, Mar 06, 2022
(Carpool Departure: 07:00 AM @ TBD)
We would like to target a summit but of course, conditions may prohibit that, in which case we will try to find a tour. The destination will depend on weather, avalanche conditions, and participants experience.
As a representative example, past outings include Burstall Pass Peak, Healy Pass Peak, Little Temple, Bow Peak, Purple Pk and Lipalian Mtn, Mt Haffner, Mt Field, Panorama Ridge, Smutwood.
Destination will be announced closer to event date.
Required Items to Bring:
Mandatory: Transceiver (digital 2+ antennae), snow shovel,
probe, backcountry ski gear, and knowledge of how to use them (AST1 minimum)
Recommended Items to Bring:
Food/drink, extra clothing, any required
personal items, sunglasses/ski goggles and headlamp, sunscreen, camera, FRS radio.
If we are going to a summit, an
ice axe, helmet, and boot crampons might be
Ski crampons may be an asset and have come in handy across the season.
How to Get There:
tbd - will be sent by email.
Carpool Departure Time:
Due to COVID-19, participants should expect to
drive on their
own after a gear check and signing of waivers at
Minimum AST1 or equivalent level experience
required. If you intend to bring a splitboard, let us know.
As we may not know you well (or at all), please send info to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Describe your avalanche training, crevasse rescue and glacier travel experience
Describe your back country ski experience
Describe your ski comfort level (e.g. OK on Blue runs, struggle on Black Diamonds, I do the Delirium Dive blindfolded, I'm new to this)
You will not be moved to the participant list without submitting this info!
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Registration for this event closed on Saturday, March 05, 2022 at 02:00 PM.