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- 1 Club Gear
- 2 Gear Plan
- 3 Rental Hours
- 4 Current News and Schedule Changes
- 5 Location
- 6 Contact
- 7 Deposits
- 8 Gear List
- 9 Other Gear Rental
Club gear is managed by the Quartermasters. Club members can borrow gear for free if they leave a deposit. A full VOC gear policy should be made available. Everyone is supposed to do a workhike before borrowing club gear, although exceptions are sometimes made for new members early in the year.
Club gear is maintained by the quartermasters and club members and as such is subject to the time constraints of busy students. This means the gear you receive may not be in the best condition. You must examine and/or test borrowed gear before you take it on a trip. Report damage to the quartermasters. Usually you can earn a workhike by maintaining or repairing the club gear you borrow.
Please return your gear on time if you don't want to join the Wall of shame.
After many months of discussion and debate, a 5-year plan (2007-2011) has been put forward to revitalize the current gear in the clubroom.
The current gear hours are:
12:30 - 13:30
12:30 - 13:30
13:00 - 13:30
12:00 - 13:00
If you desperately need gear fast try giving Lee a call; he lives on campus and will help you if he is able.
Current News and Schedule Changes
- We are working out the schedule for W09 so please check for updates
In the clubroom in the basement of the SUB, by the Bike Kitchen. This map will guide you.
If you would like to contact the quartermasters, you can try the following:
We can also help you out with membership or library loans, or perhaps also other VOC related stuff...
All gear is borrowed on a deposit system. When you return the gear, you get your deposits returned. Below are some of the deposit amounts. We don't accept personal cheques for deposits, and we don't do credit cards, so that leaves cash only.
Rock Climbing Gear
Back Country Ski Gear and Snow Sports
Other Gear Rental
Mountain Equipment Co-op is probably the best source of rental equipment. More information can be found on their rentals page.