Archive:Laura's Beginner-friendly Ossa Mountain trip
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The goal is to scramble the to the peak of Ossa Mountain in the Tantalus Range, with an overnight stop along the way. The scramble is in Matt Gunn's Guidebook, rated as having "one difficult notch", with 2200m total elevation gain. Also, we don't have to miss Thanksgiving.
- Why is this Beginner Friendly? - I intend this trip for people who have some camping and hiking experience but are not as experienced in scrambling. It might be challenging. See the VOC definition of beginner friendly here.
My contact info is here.
You will be more comfortable if you have some backcountry camping experience and a reasonable level of fitness.
There will be a trip meeting on Wednesday, October 6th at 6 pm in the clubroom to sort out rides and tent groups. If you can't come to the meeting, let me know or make your own arrangements.
Check out the gear lists on the wiki for a scrambling trip here: Gear lists
Along with regular gear, you should have a helmet and good hiking boots.
|This is the sign up and organization page for an old trip. It already happened on 9-10-2010. Please do not sign up for it.|
Trip size will be 9 people unless some experienced people show up.
Sign up here and maybe you can come too.
Sign up here if you have a vehicle. Who's in what vehicle will be worked out at the trip meeting.
- Name of Driver (# of spots)