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|VOC Executive
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|A Note from the Presidents
 
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Artem Babaian}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
 
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|President’s Message
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|From the Editor
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Koby Michaels}}</nowiki>
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|VOC Executive
 
| align="center" |10
 
| align="center" |10
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Alastair White}}
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! colspan="4" |Hiking and Scrambling
 
! colspan="4" |Hiking and Scrambling
 
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|A Sodden Boot
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|Me Twin  Sisters
| align="center" s |6
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| align="center" s |16
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Birgit Rogalla}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Veronika Schmitt}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Icemaker Adventures at Athelney Pass
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|The Tusk
| align="center" s |10
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| align="center" s |20
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Cassandra Elphinstone}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Koby Michaels}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Scotland, Bell’s Bothy, and the  Inaccessible Pinnacle
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|Sunday Funday
| align="center" s |26
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| align="center" s |22
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Cassandra Elphinstone}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Lianne McRadu}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Quest for the Golden Larches
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|Learning the Fun in Whacking
| align="center" s |31
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| align="center" s |27
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Chern Jie Chang}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Caitlin Schneider}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Golden Ears Peak
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! colspan="4" |Climbing and Mountaineering
| align="center" s |33
 
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Chern Jie Chang}}
 
 
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|A Quality VOC Introduction!
 
| align="center" s |36
 
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Charlotte Nelson}}
 
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|Giving Thanks at Phelix Hut
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|The  Bugaboos
 
| align="center" s |38
 
| align="center" s |38
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Emma Ferris}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Tobias Klenze}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Battleship Lakes
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|Yosemite
| align="center" s |40
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| align="center" s |41
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=George Hill|Num=2}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Clemens Adolphs}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Lovely Humans to Lake Lovely Water
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|Good Times on Bad Rock
| align="center" s |43
 
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Maria Berno}}
 
 
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|Stepchild of Trail
 
| align="center" s |49
 
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Nicholas Leach}}
 
 
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|Stein Valley Traverse
 
 
| align="center" s |51
 
| align="center" s |51
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Tom Curran}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Dmitri Oguz}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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! colspan="4" |Skiing and Winter Mountaineering
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|Woo Rockies
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| align="center" s |54
|Intro to Backcountry Skiing
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Jake Jones}}</nowiki>
| align="center" s |58
 
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Chang Jie Chang}}
 
 
 
 
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|Circling Arond Polemonium Peak in 64  hrs
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|Wasps are Jerks
| align="center" s |61
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| align="center" s |[null 62]
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Devlin Mottershead}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Jeff Mottershead}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Mt Rainier via the Fuhrer Finger
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|Trad Leading
| align="center" s |64
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| align="center" s |68
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Duncan Pawson}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Lea Zhecheva}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|The Engine and the Guard
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|The Judge
 
| align="center" s |71
 
| align="center" s |71
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Duncan Pawson}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Nick Gobin}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|The Great White Mane of Shadowfax
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|Churchill
| align="center" s |78
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| align="center" s |77
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=George Hill|Num=2}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Dmitri Oguz}} and {{JournalAuthor|Name=Marcin Mirski}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Womyn’s Traverse: Skyline Trail aka  Treeline Trail
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|The Smoke Bluffs
| align="center" s |84
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| align="center" s |83
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Heather Filyk}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Koby Michaels}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Clemina Cabin Fiasco
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|On the North Coloir of Crown
 
| align="center" s |87
 
| align="center" s |87
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Jeff Mottershead}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Artem Babaian}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|A night of Discontent at Tenquille  Lakes
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|Ice Climbing
| align="center" s |91
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| align="center" s |93
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Jeff Mottershead}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Koby Michaels}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Where the F*CK did Jess go
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! colspan="4" |Photo Competition
| align="center" s |94
 
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Jessica Brown}} and {{JournalAuthor|Name=Hannah Bates}}
 
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|Harrison Alpine Swimming
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! colspan="4" |Skiing and Mountaineering
| align="center" s |98
 
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Jack McCutchan}}
 
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|Augmented Blackcomb to Currie
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|The  'Beginner' Phelix VOCyssey
| align="center" s |107
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| align="center" s |108
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Olek Splawinski}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Caroline Sutton}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Beginner Friendly Mass Engulfs Zoa
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|Two and a Half VOC Huts
 
| align="center" s |113
 
| align="center" s |113
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Ross Campbell}} with {{JournalAuthor|Name=Dorothea Leesing}}, {{JournalAuthor|Name=Tatjana Stone}}, {{JournalAuthor|Name=Artem Bocharov}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Cassandra Elphinstone}}, {{JournalAuthor|Name=Isabel Verse}}, {{JournalAuthor|Name=Tom Curran}}, and {{JournalAuthor|Name=Roland Burton}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|The Six days of Lizzie Christmas
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|Backcountry Skiing
| align="center" s |117
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| align="center" s |126
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Ross Campbell}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Genevieve Savard}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Sphinx Dreams May Contain Surprises
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|Unadulterated Type 1 Fun
| align="center" s |129
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| align="center" s |134
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=William Smith}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Ian Johnston}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|VOC Photo Contest
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|Total Eclipse of Brew Hut
| align="center" s |136
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| align="center" s |137
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Bill Shmygol}}, {{JournalAuthor|Name=Sarah Taylor}}, {{JournalAuthor|Name=Amanda Johnson}}, and {{JournalAuthor|Name=Roland Burton}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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! colspan="4" |Climbing and Mountaineering
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|Early Season Turns at All  Costs
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|145
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Elliott Skierszkan}}</nowiki>
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|The Buddy Picture
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|Brew Smackdown
| align="center" s |145
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|148
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Artem Babaian}} and {{JournalAuthor|Name=Andrew Chapman}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Jeff Mottershead}}</nowiki>
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|Taking a Boulderer Multi-pitch Sport  Climbing
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|Sphinx Bay Turned Neve
| align="center" s |152
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|154
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Eric Jamieson}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Katie Moreland}}</nowiki>
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|An Enjoyable, Suffer-free Alpine Climbing Trip Where  We All Slept Enough
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! colspan="4" |Land and Water and Sky
| align="center" s |156
 
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Joe Obrien}}
 
 
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|Sharp Tusk: A Tale of Choss Anchors
 
| align="center" s |160
 
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Ryan Macdonald}}
 
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|Jericho to Squamish Kayak Adventure
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|Goatfest  2015
| align="center" s |166
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| align="center" s |162
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Alexander Wharton}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Alfred Larson}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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! colspan="4" |Pedals and Paddles
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|Canyoning in Climbing Paradise
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| align="center" s |171
|Embracing Bliss and Suffering on the Powell Forest Canoe Route
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Artem Bylinskii}}</nowiki>
| align="center" s |169
 
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Hannah Jensen}}
 
 
 
 
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|Keep Mt Hood on the Right
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|Bike Touring in Kootenay
 
| align="center" s |176
 
| align="center" s |176
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Lucy Buchanan-Parker}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Ilia Capralov}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|The Saga of the Self-Propelled Cascade  Volcanoes
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|The Phenomenal Playground
| align="center" s |181
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| align="center" s |183
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Joe Obrien}}, {{JournalAuthor|Name=Mirko Moeller}},  and {{JournalAuthor|Name=Elliott Skierszkan}}, with support from  {{JournalAuthor|Name= Martin Cermak}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Caitlin Schneider}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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! colspan="4" |Club Life and Reflections
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|Cycling to Hornby Island
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| align="center" s |187
|Poem - A desire to learn
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Jessica Mellage}}</nowiki>
| align="center" s |195
 
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Cassandra Elphinstone}}
 
 
 
 
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|A Second Trip up Cerise Creek
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|Thanksgiving, VOC Style
| align="center" s |198
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| align="center" s |192
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Cassandra Elphinstone}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Hannah Jensen}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Diabetes and the Outdoors
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|Team Bad Idea Expand Their  Horizon
| align="center" s |203
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| align="center" s |194
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Elliott Skierszkan}} and {{JournalAuthor|Name=Noriko Okamoto}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Artem Bylinskii}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|2018 Brew Outhouse and Door Epic
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|Team Bad Idea Raft Against  the Odds
| align="center" s |211
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| align="center" s |196
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=George Hill|Num=2}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Annika Lennarz}} and {{JournalAuthor|Name=Christoph Schilling}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Clan of the Cave Homosapiens
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|Mountain Biking Mount Fromme
| align="center" s |231
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| align="center" s |201
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Jasmin Tordenro}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Lea Zhecheva}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|A Splishin’ and a Splashin’
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! colspan="4" |Club Life and Reflections
| align="center" s |234
 
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Julia Ramos Bujalil}}
 
 
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|Burns and Turns 2018
 
| align="center" s |237
 
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Lianne McRadu}}
 
 
 
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|VOC Haikus
+
|Something  in the water
| align="center" s |240
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| align="center" s |206
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Lucy Buchanan-Parker}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Dylan Heerema}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Date Loaf Recipe
+
|Cooking and Surviving in the  Canadian Rockies
| align="center" s |242
+
| align="center" s |210
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Roland Burton}}
+
|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Caitlin Schneider}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|-
|Solar Lighting comes to our Huts
+
|Hiking up to Harrison Hut
| align="center" s |243
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| align="center" s |213
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Roland Burton}}
+
|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Jessica Mellage}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|-
|Top 20 things I learned in a Month in  Mongolia
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|Coliseum with Watermelons
| align="center" s |246
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| align="center" s |216
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Vanny Pornsinsiriruk}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Kevin Pierce}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Avalanche Companion Rescue Drills at  Mount Seymour
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|50 Shades of Voile
| align="center" s |252
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| align="center" s |219
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Lukas Schreiber}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Artem Bylinskii}}, {{JournalAuthor|Name=Caitlin Schneider}}, and the VOC</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Parking Lot Adventures
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|Winter Longhike
| align="center" s |255
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| align="center" s |221
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Vincent Hanlon}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Christian Veenstra}}, {{JournalAuthor|Name=Line Veenstra}}, and {{JournalAuthor|Name=Fenya Veenstra}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|Harrison Road, by Bike
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|The VOC Goes Dancing
| align="center" s |257
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| align="center" s |223
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Roland Burton}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Kasia Celler}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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|-
|Iron Chef 2018
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|Footprints in the Sands of  Time
| align="center" s |260
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| align="center" s |226
|{{JournalAuthor|Name=Lucas Bezerra}}
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|<nowiki>{{JournalAuthor|Name=Roland Burton}}</nowiki>
 
 
 
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=VOCJ 60th Edition =
 
=VOCJ 60th Edition =

Revision as of 23:11, 26 April 2019

The Varsity Outdoor Club Journal Volume 60
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<< VOCJ59 2018 VOCJ61 >>
Lucy Buchanan-Parker
Journal Editor
Article Page Author(s) Index
A Note from the Presidents 6 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Artem Babaian}}  
From the Editor 8 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Koby Michaels}}
VOC Executive 10  
Hiking and Scrambling
Me Twin Sisters 16 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Veronika Schmitt}}  
The Tusk 20 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Koby Michaels}}  
Sunday Funday 22 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Lianne McRadu}}  
Learning the Fun in Whacking 27 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Caitlin Schneider}}  
Climbing and Mountaineering
The Bugaboos 38 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Tobias Klenze}}  
Yosemite 41 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Clemens Adolphs}}  
Good Times on Bad Rock 51 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Dmitri Oguz}}  
Woo Rockies 54 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Jake Jones}}  
Wasps are Jerks [null 62] {{JournalAuthor|Name=Jeff Mottershead}}  
Trad Leading 68 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Lea Zhecheva}}  
The Judge 71 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Nick Gobin}}  
Churchill 77 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Dmitri Oguz}} and {{JournalAuthor|Name=Marcin Mirski}}  
The Smoke Bluffs 83 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Koby Michaels}}  
On the North Coloir of Crown 87 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Artem Babaian}}  
Ice Climbing 93 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Koby Michaels}}  
Photo Competition
Skiing and Mountaineering
The 'Beginner' Phelix VOCyssey 108 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Caroline Sutton}}  
Two and a Half VOC Huts 113 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Cassandra Elphinstone}}, {{JournalAuthor|Name=Isabel Verse}}, {{JournalAuthor|Name=Tom Curran}}, and {{JournalAuthor|Name=Roland Burton}}  
Backcountry Skiing 126 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Genevieve Savard}}  
Unadulterated Type 1 Fun 134 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Ian Johnston}}  
Total Eclipse of Brew Hut 137 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Bill Shmygol}}, {{JournalAuthor|Name=Sarah Taylor}}, {{JournalAuthor|Name=Amanda Johnson}}, and {{JournalAuthor|Name=Roland Burton}}  
Early Season Turns at All Costs 145 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Elliott Skierszkan}}
Brew Smackdown 148 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Jeff Mottershead}}
Sphinx Bay Turned Neve 154 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Katie Moreland}}
Land and Water and Sky
Goatfest 2015 162 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Alfred Larson}}  
Canyoning in Climbing Paradise 171 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Artem Bylinskii}}  
Bike Touring in Kootenay 176 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Ilia Capralov}}  
The Phenomenal Playground 183 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Caitlin Schneider}}  
Cycling to Hornby Island 187 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Jessica Mellage}}  
Thanksgiving, VOC Style 192 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Hannah Jensen}}  
Team Bad Idea Expand Their Horizon 194 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Artem Bylinskii}}  
Team Bad Idea Raft Against the Odds 196 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Annika Lennarz}} and {{JournalAuthor|Name=Christoph Schilling}}  
Mountain Biking Mount Fromme 201 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Lea Zhecheva}}  
Club Life and Reflections
Something in the water 206 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Dylan Heerema}}  
Cooking and Surviving in the Canadian Rockies 210 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Caitlin Schneider}}  
Hiking up to Harrison Hut 213 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Jessica Mellage}}  
Coliseum with Watermelons 216 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Kevin Pierce}}  
50 Shades of Voile 219 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Artem Bylinskii}}, {{JournalAuthor|Name=Caitlin Schneider}}, and the VOC  
Winter Longhike 221 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Christian Veenstra}}, {{JournalAuthor|Name=Line Veenstra}}, and {{JournalAuthor|Name=Fenya Veenstra}}  
The VOC Goes Dancing 223 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Kasia Celler}}  
Footprints in the Sands of Time 226 {{JournalAuthor|Name=Roland Burton}}  

VOCJ 60th Edition

This page was adopted from Caitlin Schneider's VOCJ59 page, from Kathrin Lang's 53rd Edition page.

The VOC publishes a work of literary genius every spring: The Annual VOC Journal. Share your passion for the outdoors and for the VOC - help put together the 60th edition of the VOCJ!

See below for how you can contribute, deadlines, an article list with a trip report list (to avoid having multiple articles on the same trip), FAQs, and a style guide.

Main VOC journal page [1]

How can you contribute?

1. Submit an article.

  • About what? Write an article about a trip you did with the VOC! Or, write about a trip you did on your own, or it maybe not even about a particular trip. Write outdoor philosophies or ethics or just expressions of love for the mountains. Write an instruction guide for how to make some piece of gear you made at home this year, or if you're really into the history of some outdoor sport, write an article about it. Everything vaguely about non-motorized outdoor sports is welcome!
  • When?
    • December 20th, 2017 - Deadline for all articles .
    • Early submissions are highly recommended for high quality proofreading and editing from the editors.
  • How? Send files (or ideally a zip file) to [email protected] Include:
    • the article, with a title and your name. Text (.txt or .rtf) or word (.doc or .docx) file formats are good. No pdfs, please.
    • photos, if you have them. Name them as name-of-article_pic1.jpg, name-of-article_pic2.jpg, etc, where name-of-article is the name of your article. Include picture caption info at the top of your article, include where, photographer, subjects.

More detailed submission guidelines can be found here; see below for the style guide.

2. Submit a photo to the photo contest.

Photo contest details will be posted soon! Winning photos from each of 5 categories will be displayed in full colour in the journal.

3. Help with proofing, editing, and layout.

  • Edit articles for spelling, grammar, consistency. We'll need at least 2 edits per article! (in January)
  • Edit photos: check resolution, convert colour to black and white if needed, etc.
  • We'll likely use InDesign to create the journal. Do you (a) have InDesign and want to share it? or (b) want to help with the layout? No experience needed, just a willingness to work and learn.

If you'd like to assist, contact Lucy at [email protected].

4. From the Exec. We need two things from you in addition to what we need from everybody else

  • A portrait-type picture of yourself. See last years journal for examples. Some of you are really ugly and have trouble with this, but work on it.
  • A summary of what it was like to be in your Exec Position for the past year. Any achievements? Problems?

And remember: submitting an article to the VOCJ or assisting with editing/layout counts as a workhike!


Photo Contest 2018

Upload your six entries to the VOC photo gallery and edit the keyword of each photo according to the following categories:

  • A) Landscapes – Waterfalls, mountains, sunsets, etc. People are not the focus of the shot. keyword: a-contest2018
  • B) Action Shots – Photos of people outdoors and in action, usually climbing, skiing, or mountaineering. keyword: b-contest2018
  • C) Flora and fauna – Plants and animals only. A good place for macro's. keyword: c-contest2018
  • D) Club Activities – Parties, longhike, winter longhike, glacier school, and all other club activities. keyword: d-contest2018
  • E) Portraits – Portrait of a person. Preferably in an outdoor setting, and of someone in the club. keyword: e-contest2018
  • F) Misc – Anything that doesn't fit in the other categories. keyword f-contest2018

Maximum number of entries is six photos per photographer. Please do not submit a photo taken by someone else unless they have expressly granted you permission to do this (otherwise they might submit six more photos, or maybe they don't want those photos submitted). The photographer is defined as the person who "pressed the button" (could have been a self timer button), which is not necessarily the camera owner. All submissions must be submitted via the photo gallery.

Deadline for Photo Contest: January 23, 2018

e-mail

Questions, suggestions, and submissions can be sent to [email protected]. This year's journal editor is Lucy.


FAQs

* When should I submit my article?

3. December 20th, 2017 - Deadline for all articles related to trips that happened from Sept. 1, 2013 to Jan. 31
Early submissions are highly recommended for high quality proofreading and editing from the editors.
* How many articles can I submit?
Well, try to submit one, at least. Submit as many articles as you'd like, but if you send in more than two, be prepared to have some of your articles cut, since we'd like everyone to have an opportunity to have an article printed.
* How do I submit articles and photos?
Send them to Lucy ([email protected]) as attachments. Be sure to include your full name somewhere, either in the body of the e-mail or in the article itself, especially if you have a cryptic username like jizzmonkey69.
* How does a VOCJ article differ from a trip report?
A trip report is a good start to a VOCJ article, but a VOCJ article needn't be a trip report. Rather than just copying and pasting your TR into a file and submitting it, edit it to make sure that the article is coherent and has a clear beginning and conclusion (and a middle too).
* Does my story have to be an epic?
Not at all. A good journal article will inform or entertain—perhaps both—and although epics are natural fodder for entertaining stories, trip stories where everything goes smoothly can be just as fresh and edifying. Conversely, an epic, poorly written up, does not a good article make.
* What will you do to my article once I submit it?
The editor will fact-check proper names and edit the article for spelling (per Canadian Oxford Dictionary), grammar, style (per Chicago Manual), usage, and clarity. She may also suggest structural changes (moving paragraphs around) for better flow and cuts for length and conciseness. If necessary the editor will also eliminate libel and other inappropriate content.
* How will the editing process work?
The copy editors will edit your article electronically and will only send it back to you if major changes need to be made. Submitting it means you accept that it will be edited for spelling, grammar, and coherence.
* Will you crop my photos?
The designer may have to crop your photos to fit, yes. If you want to insist that your image not be cropped, submit it with your desired crop and specify in the body of the e-mail to which the image is attached that you don't want it cropped. We'll do our best to accommodate your wishes. Note that all photos submitted will more likely than not be resized.
* What resolution do the photos have to be?
Photos that accompany an article should be at least 300 dpi at 4.5 inches (11.5 cm) wide. Stand-alone photos for the colour sections should be at least 300 dpi at about 6 inches (15.25 cm) wide. However, when you submit your photos, simply submit them in as high a resolution as possible and let the designer worry about converting them. You can lose photo quality if you convert them improperly or save them in an inappropriate format.
* Can I submit photos with nudity or use swear words in my article?
Expecting the journal to be devoid of nudity would be a bit delusional. However, the journal will be going out to some respectable types, so the decorum should be kept somewhat high. Decorum is kind of relative, though, so in short: tasteful nudity only. And make sure that all parties in the photo (nude or not) have given you permission to reproduce their image in a publication that will be archived for posterior. Er, posterity. As for swear words, some epics are definitely expletive-worthy, and the editor's not out to censor anyone. But, as with any (ahem) literary device, if you abuse expletives they'll lose their impact. Use only what you need to get your point across.


VOCJ 60 Style sheet

This is just for reference. If you're a kind soul you'll try to follow it, but if you don't, it's fine. The copy editors will fix inconsistencies in editing. But if you try to dispute an editorial decision that's specified on this style sheet, the style sheet will win.

  • The time of day should be written like this, 6:30am
  • use Canadian spelling (per Canadian Oxford Dictionary)
  • use series (Oxford) comma (i.e., bananas, apples, and oranges. NOT bananas, apples and oranges.)
  • use active voice whenever possible
  • avoid using "this" and "that" as pronouns rather than demonstrative adjectives
  • don't use emoticons and gratuitous exclamation points. If you do they will be unceremoniously eliminated
  • enclose dialogue in double quotation marks
  • enclose phrases or words that require definition within single quotation marks
  • words in languages other than English should be italicized.
  • give full names in the first mentions of any people in your article
  • give full names for the first mentions of any potentially unfamiliar acronyms
  • use single spaces after all punctuation
  • use two short dashes for dashes separating phrases; use one short dash for hyphenated words.
  • use metric units; or at least give a metric conversion to any imperial units you use
  • spell out numbers from one to ten; use numerals for everything else, and use a comma in figures with four or more digits. (e.g., 2,568). Exception: use numerals when using decimals, metric units (e.g., 400 m, 30 km), and percentages (e.g., 28 per cent—note that "per cent" is spelled out as two words)
  • it's "gaiters," kids—not "gators." Unless you're actually talking about alligators.
  • use "workhikes"--not "work hikes"