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==== Christian Champagne ====
 
==== Christian Champagne ====
  
Susan Champagne
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Age: 27 <br>
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Date of Birth: 30/08/1983 <br>
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Weight: 70 kg / 155 lbs <br>
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Home Address: 1242 Park Dr., Vancouver, BC <br>
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Phone:
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*Cell: 778-938-4531
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*Work: 604-872-4225 ext. 433
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Email: christian.champagne [] gmail.com
  
Relationship: mother
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Blood type: O+ <br>
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Last Tetanus shot: 25/08/2010 <br>
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Allergies: none <br>
 +
Name of physician: none <br>
  
Phone:
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'''Emergency contact'''
 +
 
 +
Name: Susan Champagne <br>
 +
Relationship: Mother <br>
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Phones:
 
*Work: 819-681-5535
 
*Work: 819-681-5535
 
*Home: 819-425-7658
 
*Home: 819-425-7658
 
*Cell: 819-429-????
 
*Cell: 819-429-????
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Email: susanluc [] sympatico.ca
  
Address: 970 rue Estelle, Mont-Tremblant, QC, J8E 2N9
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Name: Luc Champagne <br>
 +
Relationship: Father <br>
 +
Phones:
 +
*Work: ?
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*Home: 819-425-7658
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*Cell: ?
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Email: susanluc [] sympatico.ca
  
 
==== Laura Morrison ====
 
==== Laura Morrison ====
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=Gear=
 
=Gear=
  
==Climbing/Mountaineering==
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==Personal==
  
* Ice Axe w/ leash – General mountaineering tool.  
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===Climbing/Mountaineering===
* Crampons – Compatible w/ ski boots (Tele or AT) and overboots
+
 
* Climbing helmet
+
* 1 Ice Axe w/ leash – General mountaineering tool.  
 +
* 1 pair of crampons – Compatible w/ ski boots (Tele or AT) and overboots
 +
* 1 Climbing helmet
 
* Accessory Cord – for prussiks and other rigging (ie: sleds)
 
* Accessory Cord – for prussiks and other rigging (ie: sleds)
* Alpine Climbing Harness
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* 1 Alpine Climbing Harness
* Carabiners – locking and non-locking, D-shaped and ovals
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* 2 prussiks
 +
* 2 small locking biners
 +
* 1 large locking biner
 +
* 1 double length sling
 +
* 2 non-lockers biners
 
* Pulley – for crevasse rescue and rigging (little, light, cheap)
 
* Pulley – for crevasse rescue and rigging (little, light, cheap)
 
* Picket(s)
 
* Picket(s)
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* Ski Poles – can also be used as trekking poles
 
* Ski Poles – can also be used as trekking poles
 
* Climbing Skins
 
* Climbing Skins
* Avalanche Safety Gear: Beacon, Shovel and Probe
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* Avalanche Transceiver
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* Shovel
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* Avalanche Probe
  
==Footwear==
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===Footwear===
  
 
* Ski Boots
 
* Ski Boots
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* Camp Booties
 
* Camp Booties
  
==Technical Clothing==
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===Technical Clothing===
  
* Light coloured lightweight Long Underwear - tops bottoms, synthetic or wool. Good for hot days lower on the glacier, or for layering with the heavyweight on the upper mountain
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* 1 Light coloured lightweight Long Underwear Top
* Heavyweight Long Underwear – tops and bottoms, synthetic or wool
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* 1 Light coloured lightweight Long Underwear Bottom
* Soft Shell Jacket – midweight or heavyweight
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**synthetic or wool. Good for hot days lower on the glacier, or for layering with the heavyweight on the upper mountain
* Soft Shell Pants – midweight or heavyweight  
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* 1 Heavyweight Long Underwear Top – synthetic or wool
* Hard Shell jacket w/ hood – waterproof, breathable
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* 1 Heavyweight Long Underwear Bottom – synthetic or wool
* Hard Shell Pants – waterproof, breathable or not
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* 1 Soft Shell Jacket – midweight or heavyweight
* Down Jacket or Parka – fit over insulation layers
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* 1 Soft Shell Pants – midweight or heavyweight  
* Down Pants or Insulated Synthetic Pant – to fit over insulation layers
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* 1 Hard Shell jacket w/ hood – waterproof, breathable
 +
* 1 Hard Shell Pants – waterproof, breathable or not
 +
* 1 Down Jacket or Parka – fit over insulation layers
 +
* 1 Down Pants or Insulated Synthetic Pant – to fit over insulation layers
  
 
==Headwear==
 
==Headwear==
  
* Toque – should cover ears
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* 1 Toque – should cover ears
* Balaclavas 1 lightweight, 1 heavyweight to layer
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* 2 Balaclavas
* Bandanas, Buff, NeckGaiter, Hat, Nose Guard, etc – whatever you like to wear
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**1 lightweight
* Glacier Glasses – 100% UVA and UVB, w/ side covers
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**1 heavyweight to layer
* Ski Goggles – 100% UVA and UVB
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* 1 Sunhat/sunshield
 +
* 1 Nose Guard
 +
* 1 Bandana
 +
* 1 Glacier Glasses – 100% UVA and UVB, w/ side covers
 +
* 1 Ski Goggles – 100% UVA and UVB
  
 
==Handwear==  
 
==Handwear==  
  
* Lightweight Synthetic Liner Gloves
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* 1 Lightweight Synthetic Liner Gloves
* Expedition Weight Gloves – with medium or heavy weight soft shell liner
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* 1 Expedition Weight Gloves – with medium or heavy weight soft shell liner
* Expedition Weight Mitts – for when gloves aren’t good enough
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* 1 Expedition Weight Mitts – for when gloves aren’t good enough
* Lightweight Synthetic Gloves - for ski touring
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* 1 Lightweight Synthetic Gloves - for ski touring and sun protection
  
 
==Personal Equipment==
 
==Personal Equipment==
 
   
 
   
* Expedition Backpack (+80L)
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* 1 Expedition Backpack (+80L)
* Expedition Duffle Bag – for travelling and for the sled
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* 1 Expedition Duffle Bag – for travelling and for the sled
* Expedition Sleeping Bag – -20*C rating or better
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* 1 Expedition Sleeping Bag – -30*C rating or better
 
* Compression Stuff Sacks
 
* Compression Stuff Sacks
* Sleeping Pad – Closed cell foam or inflatable (or both)  
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* 2 Sleeping Pad – Closed cell foam or inflatable (or both)
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** 1 flood tent EVA closed cell foam pad (3 mm (1/8') thickness)  
 
* Eating Gear – bowl and spoon/spork  
 
* Eating Gear – bowl and spoon/spork  
 
* Sunscreen – strong SPF, enough for 3 weeks, Lipscreen too  
 
* Sunscreen – strong SPF, enough for 3 weeks, Lipscreen too  
* Water Bottles – Wide mouth to avoid freezing (ie: Nalgene)
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* 2 Water Bottles – Wide mouth to avoid freezing (ie: Nalgene)
* Water Bottle Parka – insulated to prevent freezing
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* 2 Water Bottle Parkas – insulated to prevent freezing
* Pee Bottle – Wide mouth (for obvious reasons…), marked so you don’t drink from it
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* 1 Pee Bottle – Wide mouth (for obvious reasons…), marked so you don’t drink from it
* Pee Funnel – if you’re a girl (ie: Freshette)  
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* 1 Pee Funnel – if you’re a girl (ie: Freshette)  
* Multitool with knife – tough, small, functional, and simple  
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* 1 Multitool with knife – tough, small, functional, and simple  
* Toiletry Bag – the basics: toothpaste, toothbrush, baby wipes, 3 weeks of toilet paper
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* 1 Toiletry Bag – the basics: toothpaste, toothbrush, baby wipes, 3 weeks of toilet paper
* Hand Sanitizer – or something similar
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* 1 Hand Sanitizer – or something similar
* Emergency Hand warmers and Toe Warmers – just in case…
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* 2 Emergency Hand warmers and Toe Warmers – just in case…
 
* Trash Compactor bag(s) – tough, heavy bag(s) with many uses
 
* Trash Compactor bag(s) – tough, heavy bag(s) with many uses
* Camera gear – light and simple, we probably don’t all need it
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* 1 Camera gear – light and simple, we probably don’t all need it
* Books – so we don’t go insane
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* Few Books – so we don’t go insane
* iPod – so we don’t go insane, only works if we can charge them
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* 1 iPod – so we don’t go insane, only works if we can charge them
* Headlamp – mostly for drive up, there’s sun around the clock in the Arctic
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* 1 Headlamp – mostly for drive up, there’s sun around the clock in the Arctic
  
==Travelling==
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==Travelling (Road Trip)==
 
* Travel Clothes – clean clothes to wear before and after the expedition
 
* Travel Clothes – clean clothes to wear before and after the expedition
 
* Backpack or small duffel – for travelling or to store personal stuff in Talkeetna while climbing
 
* Backpack or small duffel – for travelling or to store personal stuff in Talkeetna while climbing
  
 
==First Aid==
 
==First Aid==
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* Personal First-Aid Kit – Aspirin, band-aids, moleskin, etc…
 
* Personal First-Aid Kit – Aspirin, band-aids, moleskin, etc…
 
* Drugs, Acetazolamide, Dexamethasone, etc…
 
* Drugs, Acetazolamide, Dexamethasone, etc…

Revision as of 15:42, 22 December 2010

Team Details

Team VOC Hot Faff

  • Geoffrey Martin
  • Michael Duncan
  • Christian Champagne
  • Laura Morrison

Emergency Contact Info

Geoffrey Martin

Michael Duncan

Sylvia Duncan

Relationship: mother

Phone: (w) 604-530-1311 (h) 604-533-5060 (c) 604-341-5862

Address: 3926 196th St, Langley, B.C. V3A 6G1

Christian Champagne

Age: 27
Date of Birth: 30/08/1983
Weight: 70 kg / 155 lbs
Home Address: 1242 Park Dr., Vancouver, BC
Phone:

  • Cell: 778-938-4531
  • Work: 604-872-4225 ext. 433

Email: christian.champagne [] gmail.com

Blood type: O+
Last Tetanus shot: 25/08/2010
Allergies: none
Name of physician: none

Emergency contact

Name: Susan Champagne
Relationship: Mother
Phones:

  • Work: 819-681-5535
  • Home: 819-425-7658
  • Cell: 819-429-????

Email: susanluc [] sympatico.ca

Name: Luc Champagne
Relationship: Father
Phones:

  • Work: ?
  • Home: 819-425-7658
  • Cell: ?

Email: susanluc [] sympatico.ca

Laura Morrison

To Do List

Mt Denali National Park Registration - Dec.

  • Due minimum of 60 days before the climb (April 9th, 2011)
  • Mountaineering Fee: $200/person
  • Park Fee: $10
  • Deposit Upon Registration: $25
  • Online and hard copy forms available, must be completed together.

Info here

Flights - Dec.

  • K2 Aviation by January 31st, 2011 - $460/person ($560 otherwise)
    • $100 group deposit upon reservation.

Vehicle - Dec

  • Geoff should be able to borrow his family's Ford Windstar minivan. We can expect it to use about $800 worth of fuel on the trip. Lots of room, ski rack, well maintained, and safe and easy to drive.
  • Duncan will meeting the rest of the team in Anchorage, AK after flying in from Quebec City, QC on June 8th, 2011

Medical Needs - New Year

This consultation is not covered by the BC medical service plan (MSP) unless your physician faxes a referral letter to f-604.822.9058.

  • Need certain prescription drugs
    • Champagne - will email Kristen for her remaining drugs from her 2010 Mt Logan attempt.

Food Planning - New Year

  • Figure out each persons daily needs
  • Design menus
  • Menu needs food for easy days, hard days, quick days, and slow days
  • Menu should have variety and include meals satisfying different needs based on the kind of day
  • Divide dinner menus amongst ourselves giving each person responsibility over several meals for everyone
  • Food should be made from scratch and dried for maximum deliciousness
  • Food Allergies?
    • Laura: none
    • Champagne: none
    • Duncan: none
    • Jeff: milk products (especially cheese)

Gear

Personal

Climbing/Mountaineering

  • 1 Ice Axe w/ leash – General mountaineering tool.
  • 1 pair of crampons – Compatible w/ ski boots (Tele or AT) and overboots
  • 1 Climbing helmet
  • Accessory Cord – for prussiks and other rigging (ie: sleds)
  • 1 Alpine Climbing Harness
  • 2 prussiks
  • 2 small locking biners
  • 1 large locking biner
  • 1 double length sling
  • 2 non-lockers biners
  • Pulley – for crevasse rescue and rigging (little, light, cheap)
  • Picket(s)
  • Ice Screw(s) – and v-threader
  • Webbing
  • Ascender – One right or left-handed. May be optional, there is a section of fixed ropes we could use at the headwall.
  • Touring Skis
  • Ski Poles – can also be used as trekking poles
  • Climbing Skins
  • Avalanche Transceiver
  • Shovel
  • Avalanche Probe

Footwear

  • Ski Boots
  • Fully Insulated Overboots – must work with crampons, need to check if they work with Tele-boots
  • Gaiters – for lower on the mountain
  • Heavyweight Socks – a few pairs
  • Liner Socks – a few pairs
  • Vapour Barrier Socks
  • Camp Booties

Technical Clothing

  • 1 Light coloured lightweight Long Underwear Top
  • 1 Light coloured lightweight Long Underwear Bottom
    • synthetic or wool. Good for hot days lower on the glacier, or for layering with the heavyweight on the upper mountain
  • 1 Heavyweight Long Underwear Top – synthetic or wool
  • 1 Heavyweight Long Underwear Bottom – synthetic or wool
  • 1 Soft Shell Jacket – midweight or heavyweight
  • 1 Soft Shell Pants – midweight or heavyweight
  • 1 Hard Shell jacket w/ hood – waterproof, breathable
  • 1 Hard Shell Pants – waterproof, breathable or not
  • 1 Down Jacket or Parka – fit over insulation layers
  • 1 Down Pants or Insulated Synthetic Pant – to fit over insulation layers

Headwear

  • 1 Toque – should cover ears
  • 2 Balaclavas
    • 1 lightweight
    • 1 heavyweight to layer
  • 1 Sunhat/sunshield
  • 1 Nose Guard
  • 1 Bandana
  • 1 Glacier Glasses – 100% UVA and UVB, w/ side covers
  • 1 Ski Goggles – 100% UVA and UVB

Handwear

  • 1 Lightweight Synthetic Liner Gloves
  • 1 Expedition Weight Gloves – with medium or heavy weight soft shell liner
  • 1 Expedition Weight Mitts – for when gloves aren’t good enough
  • 1 Lightweight Synthetic Gloves - for ski touring and sun protection

Personal Equipment

  • 1 Expedition Backpack (+80L)
  • 1 Expedition Duffle Bag – for travelling and for the sled
  • 1 Expedition Sleeping Bag – -30*C rating or better
  • Compression Stuff Sacks
  • 2 Sleeping Pad – Closed cell foam or inflatable (or both)
    • 1 flood tent EVA closed cell foam pad (3 mm (1/8') thickness)
  • Eating Gear – bowl and spoon/spork
  • Sunscreen – strong SPF, enough for 3 weeks, Lipscreen too
  • 2 Water Bottles – Wide mouth to avoid freezing (ie: Nalgene)
  • 2 Water Bottle Parkas – insulated to prevent freezing
  • 1 Pee Bottle – Wide mouth (for obvious reasons…), marked so you don’t drink from it
  • 1 Pee Funnel – if you’re a girl (ie: Freshette)
  • 1 Multitool with knife – tough, small, functional, and simple
  • 1 Toiletry Bag – the basics: toothpaste, toothbrush, baby wipes, 3 weeks of toilet paper
  • 1 Hand Sanitizer – or something similar
  • 2 Emergency Hand warmers and Toe Warmers – just in case…
  • Trash Compactor bag(s) – tough, heavy bag(s) with many uses
  • 1 Camera gear – light and simple, we probably don’t all need it
  • Few Books – so we don’t go insane
  • 1 iPod – so we don’t go insane, only works if we can charge them
  • 1 Headlamp – mostly for drive up, there’s sun around the clock in the Arctic

Travelling (Road Trip)

  • Travel Clothes – clean clothes to wear before and after the expedition
  • Backpack or small duffel – for travelling or to store personal stuff in Talkeetna while climbing

First Aid

  • Personal First-Aid Kit – Aspirin, band-aids, moleskin, etc…
  • Drugs, Acetazolamide, Dexamethasone, etc…

Group

  • Expedition Tents – 4 season expedition tents, probably 2
    • Champagne - MWH Trango 2
  • Sleds – may come free with glacier flight
    • Champagne + Laura: talked to Pete Hudson and has two spare sleds we can use.
  • Large Compression Sacks – for making caches
  • Rope – probably 1 half, maybe 2
    • Champagne: 30m Beal Rando 8mm twin rope (Dry treated)
    • Jeff: 60m 8mm rope
  • Wands
  • Stoves – 2 or 3, white gas,interchangeable, must work in cold, wind, high altitude (ie: WhisperLite, SimmerLite, etc)
    • Champagne: MSR XGK stove
    • Jeff: MSR WhisperLite stove
  • Cooking Gear – probably just pots
  • Food – for 3 weeks plus, variation, mix of enjoyable, efficient, fun, etc; should be dried and lightweight
  • Group First Aid Kit – larger, more complete
  • SPOT (Champagne)
    • Need to look into getting GEOS coverage.
  • GPS
  • Radios – each person should have one
  • Batteries – for everything, for 3 weeks
  • Entertainment – cards, chess, checkers…etc; maybe a solar charger for iPods…

Food

TBD

UBC Human Kinetics Research

High Altitude Acute Mountain Sickness Genetic Susceptibility

  • Duncan, Jeff and Champagne have participated in an ongoing AMS susceptibility study at UBC.
  • The researchers are interested in assisting the team with medical backup in return to doing some medical during the trip.
  • Will need to organize a meeting between both parties to see if we can make it happen.
    • Champagne will email them.
  • Extremely useful for grant applications.

Grants/fund raisers

MEC

  • Champagne will look into it.

ACC - Jen Higgins Memorial Fund

  • Laura will look into it.

Fund raisers

  • Jeff & Duncan will look into it.