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Frosty (Mountain) Skiing · Sat. Mar. 30th - Sun. Mar. 31st
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Start: Saturday, Mar. 30th, 6:00 am
End: Sunday, Mar. 31st, 10:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting: Wednesday, Mar. 27th, 7:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: Clubroom
EDIT Now leaving early Saturday instead of Friday. Also, I (Hannah) will sadly no longer be leading this trip due to knee issues :( but my roommate Jacob is! :D
Let's go to Frosty Mouuuuuntaaaaain!
Saturday - Drive to Manning Park (Lightning Lake), skin up ~9km//600m vert to Frosty Camp ("cooking shelter" but we'll be winter camping)
Those with avi experience summit Frosty Mountain (pretty straight forward technically) another 4km//500m vert. Those who are hungover or less experienced do some chill tree skiing around the camp (might include me as I am recovering from a knee injury yay).
Sunday - (more laps?) ski out & drive back & wonder why you go to school at all.
To come, you should have:
- some experience with avalanche safety gear, however AST1 is NOT required (required if you want to summit/go into more avalanche prone areas)
- skiing experience
- backpacking experience
- warm layers
- alcohol and mixer of your choice for a bar potluck!
If you are reading this, you are wrong not to come, and should consult your doctor.