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Reading break in Rogers Pass/Revy · Sat. Feb. 16th - Wed. Feb. 20th
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Start: Saturday, Feb. 16th
End: Wednesday, Feb. 20th
Pre-trip meeting: Wednesday, Feb. 13th, 6:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: Clubroom
I'm planning on doing some touring in Rogers Pass over reading break, so I thought I'd make it a VOC trip. I want to leave either the afternoon of the 15th or the morning of the 16th, but the end date is flexible.
I don't have any specific locations planned out yet and am also interested in skiing some resort in Revy. As long as the group isn't super big, I can probably get us free accommodation in Revy or Salmon Arm for any nights we are not in the backcountry. I will also have access to a car once we pass through Salmon Arm.
You need to have your AST1 and be able to ski everything at Whistler. We can figure out the details at the pre-trip depending on what people want.
**edit/note: Nobody will be forced to jump of things and there are usually alternative routes around pillow lines if they make you uncomfortable. If you feel like you meet the requirements stated above you will be fine.
Just in case you didn't already know, the Revelstoke area is probably my favorite part of BC and also pillow land.