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Revision as of 15:35, 9 March 2012

Tim Blair, Nicholas Matwyuk, Nick Gobin and Geoff Martin are planning to summit Mt. Logan. This page is being used to help them plan logistics.

Next Meeting: TBD

Travel Details

Weather

Schedule

Trip Plan

Team Details

  • Geoffrey Martin
  • Nicholas Gobin
  • Nicholas Matwyuk
  • Tim Blair

Emergency Phone Numbers and Info

  • Tim - see member page
  • Gobin - see member page
  • Matwyuk - see member page
  • Geoff

To Do List

  • Group
    • Decide on meal breakdown. 26 dinners required so 2 people bring 6 and 2 people bring 7. Also, 350g/person/dinner?
    • Decide on the road meals (brought or bought)? (Gobin says buy)
    • Discuss:Solar Charger, Ski Crampons, Insulated Pants, Nose Guards, Entertainment (books, iPod?), wands
    • Repair kit compiling.
  • Tim
    • Overboots
    • Scan pages from St. Elias Book
    • Maps
    • New Tent Poles
    • BCMC Sat phone - tentatively reserved. Will confirm April 4th. Need to confirm whether Iridium or Globalstar phone, what kind of batteries/charging it takes.
    • Clean up XGK stove
    • Solar Charger from Ben SP - confirmed
    • Tent Foamie - Nick Gobin has procured
    • Champagne's stove platform
  • Gobin
    • Park Passes Approved
    • Overboots Ordered, need to pick up
    • Intuition Tent Pad Foamie (get Hilleberg Staika dims from site) Have foamies, need to trim/tape.
    • Rivets from Lonsdale Leather @ 5th & Ontario
    • Talk to pilot about fuel transportation (oem packaging?)
  • Matwyuk
    • Overboots - Borrowing Duncans.
    • Grommets for carpets
    • Talk Champagne stove apparatus - Tim picked up
    • First aid kit medication from Duncan
    • Acquired First Aid Kit from Champagne - need to overview and restock as required
    • Talk to Ben about sled rigging
    • Work on sled rigging in time for Sphinx Bay Feb 25/26
    • Place Seattle Fabrics Order
  • Geoff
    • Make wands
    • 1 long and 1 short krazy karpets, grommets, and rivets
    • Sorting out life (i.e. employment)

Kluane National Park Registration - Dec.

  • Park Fees
  • Park Fee: $68.70/person
  • Landing Fee: $29.40/party/landing

Flights - Dec/Jan.

  • Andy Williams - Icefields Incorporated
    • Office: (867) 633-2018 // Airport: 867-841-4561
    • Predicted price of $1050 per flight to King Trench Base Camp (~1.9 hrs each way). Can Carry 2 climbers + gear per flight. Flies a Helio Courier out of Silver City, YT.
    • Free Vehicle Parking is availble and Andy can keep an eye on it while we're away.
    • Andy is generally fine regarding flying with fuel. He would prefer that it is packaged in sealed OEM containers for the flight and transferred to bottles at base camp. Fuel can be flown on the same flights as people.
  • Mountain Flying Service
    • Flies a Bush Hawk XP out of Haines, AK. Costs $1500USD per flight, must land on the US side of the border which is ~6mi & 800ft elevation (10km & 250m) from the normal King Trench base camp. Must drive to Skagway + Ferry to Haines. Can carry 2 climbers + gear per flight. May be able to carry 5 climbers + gear in 2 loads.

Permits - Jan

  • Permits must be applied for 90 days in advance of proposed departure date
    • each team member must submit a personal application and waiver at this time [1]
    • In the event of injury/employment, team members can be swapped out at any time. The replacement team member must submit an Individual application/waiver that will be need to be reviewed/approved by Parks.
  • Applications/permits will be approved in advance, but will be actually paid for and issued at the Kluane Park Office in Haines Junction immediately before the trip.
    • Prior to departure a mandatory 1-hour safety briefing and park orientation video must be attended/viewed by the team at the Park Office

Vehicle - Dec

  • Geoff has a Subaru
  • Gobin has an Escape
  • Will try to get away with one vehicle. The Denali crew estimated $800 worth of fuel.

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. We just need to contact Mike and his clinic and they will book us in for free (however, if we go through our doctors, Mike actually gets paid).

  • Need certain prescription drugs

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?
    • Tim: Mild dairy allergy.
    • Matwyuk: Peanuts (not deadly, no epi pen required)
    • Gobin: nil
    • Geoff: milk products (especially cheese)

Insurances Coverage - New Year

Gear

Find the GoogleDocs version here: Schedule and Gear List

Personal

Skis

  • 1 pair of Touring Skis
  • 1 pair of Ski Boots
  • 1 pair of Ski Crampons
  • 1 pair of Ski Poles – can also be used as trekking poles
  • 1 pair of Climbing Skins
  • 1 Shovel
  • 1 Avalanche Probe
  • 1 skiing sled
  • 1 Expedition Duffle Bag – for travelling and for the sled

Mountaineering

  • 1 Expedition Backpack (+80L)
  • Compression Stuff Sacks - For clothes, gear & caches.
  • 2 Emergency Hand warmers and Toe Warmers – optional
  • Trash Compactor bag(s) – tough, heavy bag(s) with many uses - optional?
  • 1 lightweight 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 (one each, 2' or 3'?)
  • Ice Screw(s) – and v-threader
  • Webbing
  • Camera gear
    • Matwyuk to bring D7000
    • Geoff to bring bomber Canon P&S
    • Tim has small Olympus

Footwear

  • 1 pair of fully insulated overboots – must work with crampons, need to check if they work with Tele-boots (40Below)
  • 1 pair of gaiters – optional
  • 2 pairs of Heavyweight Socks
  • 2 pairs of liner Socks
  • 1 pair of Vapour Barrier Socks - optional
  • 1 pair of Camp Booties. MEC good but Western Mountaineering are awesome. Need to add thin closed cell foam as footbed for extra insulation.

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
  • 2 (or more) pairs of underwear - boxers or briefs.
  • 1 Soft Shell Jacket w/ hood – 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 (and/or merino Buff?)
    • 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 pair of Lightweight Synthetic Liner Gloves
  • 1 pair of Expedition Weight Gloves – with medium or heavy weight soft shell liner
  • 1 pair of Expedition Weight Mitts – for when gloves aren’t good enough
  • 1 pair of Lightweight Synthetic Gloves - for ski touring and sun protection
  • 1 pair of Vapour Barrier Gloves - It's freakin' cold.

Sleeping

  • 1 Expedition Sleeping Bag – -30*C rating or better
  • 1 Compression Sack - For Sleeping Bag
  • 1 Vapour Barrier Liner - prevents condensation in sleeping bag
  • 1 or 2 Sleeping Pad(s) – Optional if tent floor covered
  • 1 Eyemask - It's bright 24/7 up there.
  • 1 headlamp
    • Sunrise/Sunset is from 0600-2200 at the beginning of the trip, and 0445-2315 at the end of the trip. Dusk is ~1 hour. [2]

Toiletry

  • 1 Toothbrush
  • 1 tube of toothpaste (for 30 days)
  • Dental floss
  • TP (for 30 days)
  • 1 lighter
  • 1 Hand Sanitizer
  • Sunscreen +30 SPF (for 30 days)
  • 1 Lip balm w/ +30 SPF
  • 1 Nail clipper
  • 1 Hand moisturizer w/ Aloe
  • Baby wipes - Individually packaged s.t. they can be warmed up before use.
  • 1 Deodorant (optional)
  • 1 Pee Bottle – Wide mouth (for obvious reasons…), marked so you don’t drink from it

Cooking

  • 1 Bowl/measuring cup
  • 1 insulated EVA closed foam for bowl/measuring cup
  • 1 spoon (or spork)
    • Bring a spare (metal is a good idea)
  • 1 small knife (or multitool)
  • 2 Water Bottles – Wide mouth to avoid freezing (ie: Nalgene)
  • 2 Water Bottle Parkas – insulated to prevent freezing (i.e. Outdoor Research or 40 Below)

Travelling (Road Trip)

  • Travel Clothes – clean clothes to wear before and after the expedition
  • Backpack or small duffel – for traveling or to store personal stuff while climbing
  • 1 Headlamp – mostly for drive up, there’s sun around the clock in the Arctic

First Aid

  • TBD

Group

Mountaineering

  • Large Compression Sacks – for making caches
  • Ropes – 2 x 30m x 8mm (Nick Matywuk + Gobin - 1 each)
  • Wands

Sleeping

  • 2 4-Season Expedition Tents
    • Geoff - MEC Lightfield
    • Tim - Hilleberg Staika
  • 2 Aluminum snow stakes per tent
  • 2 flood tent EVA closed cell foam pad (3 mm (1/8') thickness)
    • Talk to Intuition or 40Below

Navigation

  • 1 GPS
    • Garmin Etrex Legend (Matwyuk)
  • 1 SPOT Satellite Messenger
    • Maybe 2? Tim, Gobin, Geoff, Matwyuk all have one
  • 4 Radios – each person should have one
  • Batteries – for everything, for 3 weeks
  • 1 Solar charger?
  • 1 compass w/ inclinometer
  • 1 altimeter
  • 4 whistles - one each
  • Maps
    • 1:250,000 Mount St Elias (115 B&C)
    • 1:250,000 Kluane National Park & Reserve Lake (115 F&G)
    • Look into 1:50,000
  • Guidebook(s)

Cooking

  • 1 Cooking tent
    • Black Diamond Mega Light Shelter (Matwyuk)
    • 4 1' Aluminum Snow Stakes
  • 3 High-Altitude Stoves
    • Geoff: 1 MSR XKG stove
    • Tim: 1 XGK
  • Lighters
    • Matwyuk: 1 Primus Ignition Steel Fire Starter
  • 1 MSR Heat Exchanger
  • 3 MSR Windscreens
  • 3 Pots
  • 2 MEC Hot Pot Cookwear insulator
  • 3 stove snow platforms
  • White Gas - Quantity TBD
    • Empty 2L pop bottles - Quantity TBD (Flying with white gas is important question)
  • 1 GSI Compact Scraper
    • Tim: 1 Large capacity (10L) water bladder
  • 1 Black plastic bag for snow melting
  • 1 Pristine ClO2 60ml Water Treatment or Katadyn?

Food

Requirements

Road Trip (Vancouver -> Logan)

  • X Breakfasts
  • X Lunches
  • X Dinners

Alpine (Logan)

  • 26 Breakfasts
  • 26 Lunches
  • 26 Dinners

Food Ideas

Breakfast:
Cream of Wheat, Rice or Rye, Oatmeal, hominy grits, Couscous, Granola, Muesli, Cold cereal, Pancake mix, dried fruits

Dinner:
Pasta, Instant Bean, Instant Lentils, Falafel, Barley, Hummus, Couscous, Bulgur, Instant Potato Flakes, Instant Rice, Textured vegetable protein, tortillas.

Cheese:
Farmer, Jack, Cheddar, Swiss, Mozzarella, Parmesan, Smoked Gouda.

Trail foods:
Nuts, Seeds, Dried fruits, crackers, corn & soy nuts, cookies, energy bars, candy.

Sugar & powdered fruit drinks:
Brown & white sugar, lemonade, Tang, Apple Cider, Gatorade, Nuun, hot chocolate, Jell-O, tea, Kool-Aid, Crystal Light.

Soups, Bases, Dried Vegetables & Desserts:

  • Soups: Knorr, No Name, Lipton, Cup-of-soups, Ramen, bulk (chicken, beef, vegetable)
  • Bases/broth packets/broth cubes: powdered tomato base, packaged sauce w/ seasoning mixes
  • Dried Vegetables: mixed vegetable, mushrooms, peppers, carrot, tomatoes, peas, etc.
  • Desserts: cheesecake mix, brownie mix, Gingerbread mix, carrot cake mix, instant pudding, gelatin mix

Milk, Eggs, Margarine & Cocoa:
Powdered Whole Milk, powdered eggs, margarine, cocoa, flavored coffee drinks, Coffee,

Meat & substitutes:
Sliced pepperoni, cooked bacon bits (real), sausage crumbles, beef jerky, Tempeh, nut butters.

Spices:
Salt, Pepper, Garlic Powder, Chili powder, Curry, Cinnamon, Spike, Oregano, Basil, Cumin powder, powdered mustard, dill weed, Cayenne.

Liquids:
Oil, Vinegar, Soy sauce, Vanilla, Tabasco/hot sauce.

Supplements:
Multivitamin, glucosamine (optional), cold assist (optional)

Geoff

Average daily consumption

  • 380g Breakfast
  • XXXg Lunch
  • 400g Dinner

Alpine Breakfasts

  • TBD

Alpine Lunches

  • TBD

Alpine Dinners

  • TBD

Gobin

Average daily consumption

  • XXXg Breakfast
  • XXXg Lunch
  • XXXg Dinner

Alpine Breakfasts

  • TBD

Alpine Lunches

  • TBD

Alpine Dinners

  • TBD

Matwyuk

Average daily consumption

  • 250g Breakfast
  • 500g Lunch
  • 400g Dinner

Alpine Breakfasts

  • Oatmeal
  • Protein Powder
  • Raisins

Alpine Lunches

  • TBD

Alpine Dinners (350g/person)

  • Ground beef + potatoes + gravy + (peas, beans, corn, carrots) + garlic + onions + butter
  • Chicken curry + cous cous + (peas, beans, corn, carrots) + cashews + butter
  • Bacon + potatoes + sun dried tomatoes + peppers + onions + mozzarella cheese
  • Chili + beans + peppers + broccoli + cauliflower + cashews
  • Spaghetti with tomato meat sauce + spinach + peppers + mushrooms + zucchini + parmesan cheese
  • Chicken + gravy + potatoes + stuffing + peas + cranberries
  • Sweet and Sour Chicken + broccoli + cauliflower + cous cous


  • To Do
    • Ground Beef Plain
    • Chicken Plain
    • Mixed Veggies
    • Curry Paste
    • Bell Peppers
    • Chili
    • Pasta Sauce
    • Spinach
    • Mushrooms
    • Peas
    • Garlic
    • Cranberry Sauce
    • Zucchini
    • Broccoli
    • Cauliflower
    • Sweet and Sour Sauce

Tim

Average daily consumption

  • XXXg Breakfast
  • XXXg Lunch
  • XXXg Dinner

Alpine Breakfasts

  • TBD

Alpine Lunches

  • TBD

Alpine Dinners

  • TBD

Road Trip (Denali -> Vancouver)

  • X Breakfasts
  • X Lunches
  • X Dinners

First Aid

Drugs

Analgesics
  • Ibuprofen (Motrin, 400mg) - For muscle aches, inflammations and fever - cause water retention, which may aggravate AMS & HAPE
  • Aspirin (650mg) - For fever or headaches
  • Morphine (Matwyuk)
  • T3's (Matwyuk)
Antimicrobial Preparations
  • Cephalexin (Keflex, 500mg) - Antibiotic used to treat staphylococcal and streptococcal skin and soft-tissue inflections and urinary tract infections.
Gastroinstestinal Medications
  • Loperamide (Imodium, 2mg) - Helps control diarrhea.
Cardiac and Respiratory Agents
  • Acetazolamide (Diamox, 125 mg) - Reduces severity of AMS symptoms & provides sleep relief.
  • Dexamethasone (Decadron, 4 mg) - For treatment of severe AMS and HACE, but doesn't promote acclimatization as Acetazolmanide.
  • Nifedipine (Procardia & Adalat, 30mg) - Reduces the incidence of HAPE.
Others
  • Cyclizine (Marezine, 50 mg) - Antihistamine drug to treat allergic reactions and motion sickness
  • Personal Medication

Bandages Material

  • 4 Non-adherent Sterile gauze pads, 3" x 4"
  • 8 Sterile gauze pads, 4" squares, Pkg./2
  • 8 Sterile gauze pads, 2" squares, Pkg./2
  • 2 Sterile Eye Pads
  • 2 Sterile Conforming Gauze, 3"
  • 20 Adhesive Bandage, 1" x 3"
  • 10 Adhesive Bandage, Knuckle

Bleeding

  • 3 Pairs of Nitrile Gloves
  • 3 Hand Wipes
  • 1 Trauma Pad, 8" x 10"
  • 1 Trauma Pad, 5" x 9"

Blister/Burn

  • 2 Spenco Second Skin (Large Oval)
  • 6 Moleskin, 4" squares
  • 1 Molefoam, 5" x 6"
  • 1 Aloe Vera Gel w/ Lidocaine, 1 oz
  • 1 roll of Athletic tape

CPR

  • 1 CPR Face Shield, Laerdal

Dental

  • 1 Temporary Cavity Filling Mixture

Fracture/Sprain

  • 1 Elastic Tensor Band w/ Velcro, 3"
  • 1 Elastic Tensor Band w/ Velcro, 2"
  • 1 SAM Split, 4" x 36"
  • 2 Triangular Bandages

Instruments

  • 1 Surgical forceps & tweezers
  • 1 Oral Thermometer
  • 1 EMT Shears, 4"
  • 3 Safety pins
  • 1 Pencil
  • 1 Magnifying glass
  • 1 Penlight
  • 1 Sterile Disposable Scalpel w/ #11 blade
  • 1 Sterile 20cc Syringe w/ 18 Gauge tip
  • Plastic Oropharyngeal airway(s)
  • Tongue blades
  • Zip-Lock bags

Medical Information

  • 1 Patient Assessment Form
  • 1 Instruction list for all drugs
  • 1 Instruction list for more complicated bandaging supplies
  • Books(?)
    • Photocopied pages from Medicine for Mountaineering & Other Wilderness Activities (6th Ed.)
    • NOLS - Wilderness Medicine
    • Backcountry First Aid & Extended Care (5th Ed.)
  • 1 Accident Flowchart

Wound Care

  • 10 Antiseptic wipes
  • 3 Tincture of Benzoin Topical Adhesive
  • 3 Povidone Iodine, 0.75 oz
  • 2 Butterfly (Steri-) strips, 1/4" x 4", Pkg./10
  • 4 Sterile Cotton Tip Applicators
  • 1 roll of Porous Adhesive tape, 2" width
  • Wound Antiseptic (Betadine) - 2 to 4 ounces

Entertainment

  • 1 deck of cards (micro or Freedom of the hills)
  • Scrabble and Chess boards on therm-a-rests

Repair Kits

  • Voile straps - Length & Quantity TBD
  • 1 medium roll of duct tape
  • 1 large multitool
  • 1 mini screwdriver bit holder
    • 2 #3 Pozidriv bits
    • 1 large flathead bit
    • 1 small flathead bit
    • 1 regular Philips bit
    • 1 Torx T10 mini star drive bit (for Dynafit heel top plate)
  • 6' of bailing wire
  • 1 ski sled kit
  • 10' of 2mm accessory cord
  • 1 lighter
  • 1 file (sharping crampons)
  • 1 p-tex stick
  • 2 silver/black sharpies
  • 3' of elastic cord
  • 1 small voltmeter (for solar charger)
  • 1 CR2032 battery (for wristwatch)

Ski repairs

Voile Switchback bindings
  • 1 Voile Switchback cartridge/wire/heel-piece (Matwyuk)
  • 2 Voile Switchback binding screws
Dynafit bindings
  • 1 complete Dynafit Vertical ST spare binding
  • 1 Dynafit Vertical ST Volcano (plastic heel riser)
  • 1 rubber tube for Dynafit pulks (Scarpa F3 boots)
  • 2 Dynafit binding screws
  • 1 tube of 5 min epoxy
  • 2 popsicle sticks (mixing epoxy)
Ski poles
  • 1 BD spare ski pole
  • 1 BD spare ski basket
  • 2 2" ski pole size hose clamps
  • 1 6" ski pole section (hacksawed)
Skins
  • 1 G3 Tail
  • 1 BD Tail
  • 2 BD Loops (sizes?)
  • 1 BD Skin Globstopper (candle?)
  • 1 speedy stitcher
Boots
  • 2 6" hose clamps
  • 4 walk mode switches
    • 1 for Scarpa F3
    • 1 for ??
    • 1 for ??
    • 1 for ??
  • 2 washer/nut/bolt combo - TBD (for blown ankle rivets)

Clothing repairs

Tent repairs

  • 2 spare tent pole segment (1 for each tent)
  • 1 tube (60 ml, 0.5 oz) of Seam Grip Seam Sure Seam Sealer
  • 2 tent pole sleeves (1 for each tent)

Sleeping repairs

  • 6 sticky patches
  • 8 non-sticky patches
  • 1 textile glue
  • 2 Therm-A-Rest Hot Bond Adhesive
  • 1 Therm-A-Rest Repair Kit Instructions
  • 1 spare Therm-A-Rest valve

Cooking repairs

  • 1 MSR WhisperLite Expedition Service kit
  • 1 MSR XGK EX Expedition Service kit
  • 1 MSR Stove Annual Maintenance kit
  • 2 extra bottle caps
  • 1 MSR fuel pump

or

  • 2 extra bottle caps
  • 2 stove tool
  • 4 control valve O-rings
  • 5 fuel tube O-rings
  • 3 fuel bottle O-rings
  • 2 pump seal
  • 2 fuel jets (?)
  • 1 check valve
  • 1 flame spreader
  • 1 dip tube
  • 1 pump cup oil
  • 2 safety pins
  • 1 shaker jet
  • 1 fuel tube bushing
  • 1 pump cup
  • 1 jet cleaning wire
  • 2 Instruction sheets
    • 1 MSR Whisperlite
    • 1 MSR XGK

Backpack repairs

  • 2 waist belt buckles
  • 1 small buckle
  • 1 dee clip strap
  • 2 draw strip clamps
  • 20' of shoe lace (or 3mm accessory cord)

Grants/fund raisers

  • Any ideas?

Fund raisers

  • Any ideas?