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Skiing at Panorama Ridge · Sat. Jun. 25th - Sun. Jun. 26th
Warning: This is an old trip - it already happened
Warning, this trip has been cancelled : weather/lots of other trips this weekend!
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Start: Saturday, Jun. 25th
End: Sunday, Jun. 26th
Pre-trip meeting: Thursday, Jun. 16th
*edit* Will run as daytrip depending on interest/weather
Good idea? Bad idea?
Looking for people who might be interested in camping at Garibaldi Lake/Taylor Meadows, then bootpacking/hiking until we find snow (someways up the trail to Panorama Ridge, past the lake) and skiing there. I am not a great skiier but I visited Panorama ridge last weekend and there was still lots of snow. I'm envisioning skiing someways up then down the white wonderland. Tips, questions, answers, experience appreciated. Can be moved to a different weekend, but have no idea how long the snow will last. Probably, backpackers are more interested in camping at the lake and snow-walking to Panorama Ridge than skiing. Will need help wayfinding to Panorama ridge as trail is covered with snow. Let me know on the message board.