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Easter Garibaldi Neve Traverse · Fri. Apr. 6th - Sun. Apr. 8th
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Start: Friday, Apr. 6th, 6:00 am
End: Sunday, Apr. 8th, 7:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: Emails
A mellow pace Neve traverse. Hope to get 2 car loads going, either from different directions or together. (I think people prefer from south to north. But I want to help the club carry a window up to Sphinx, so hopefully at least a few are willing to join me from north to south.) I'm still a beginner survival skier (slogging up is OK, but skiing down with heavy pack is still challenging), so would like to have other more experienced folks come along and help out. This is NOT a completely beginner friendly trip, you need to be able to take care of yourself in winter backcountry travelling condition. If we can all take care of ourselves, I can make sure the team will have a good time!
Sign up ASAP since it's already Wednesday. We'll sort out the faffs, especially cars and stuff, in emails.