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Let's ski to Watersprite Lake (or Duffey)! · Sat. May. 20th - Sun. May. 21st

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Organized by: Lukas Schreiber.

Start: Saturday, May. 20th
End: Sunday, May. 21st
Pre-trip meeting: Thursday, May. 18th, 6:30 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: clubroom or just outside


Let's go for a long day of spring skiing in the Watersprite Lake area! I'm not very set on the Saturday. If another day around that time (the Sunday or Monday?) is better for you, post on the message board. We could also make it a two-day to the Duffey Lake area if people are keen. I'm also open for any other suggestions as to where to go!

In early May it still looked stunning up there as you can see in Matt Gunn's video.

Tele-skiers, AT-skiers and splitboarders are welcome on this trip.

You should be able to ski blue runs at a ski-resort. It would be ideal if everyone has AST1 but I can also take a few people without as long as I'm not the only one who knows what he's doing.

You'll need a decent level of fitness because we'd like to get up quickly so we get in more turns. If you do some kind of sports once a week or walk or cycle a lot, you should be fine.

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We need cars!

Posted: 2017-04-18 17:09:31
Last modified: 2017-05-18 11:34:02