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Halloween Skiing under the Tusk (29-30) · Sat. Oct. 29th - Sun. Oct. 30th

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Organized by: Samuel Belanger-McKoy.

Start: Saturday, Oct. 29th
End: Sunday, Oct. 30th

Description:
Ok, not quite Halloween but for those not going climbing and interested in skiing on the 29th and 31st, feel free to sign up.

The location is Black Tusk, access via Helm Creek or Garibaldi Lake is yet to be decided.
This trip is tentative due to freezing level. If it's raining higher than 1900 meters and nobody signs up, it's a no go. The weather doesn't look that great but there may be some sunshine sunday.

If the weather lucks out, skiing under the scenic volcanic pillar of Black Tusk just before halloween would be fantastic. Those who were going up to Castle Towers early October can probably testify to the amount of snow up there still.

Costumes are optional but if the forecast is looking bad and people are still keen, candy and alcohol may be necessary.

Posted: 2011-10-19 20:19:42
Last modified: 2011-10-26 12:02:15