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[Intermediate / Advanced] Soak and Aussie Stoke · Fri. Mar. 22nd - Sun. Mar. 24th
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Start: Friday, Mar. 22nd
End: Sunday, Mar. 24th, 11:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting: Monday, Mar. 18th, 6:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: clubroom
I'd like to go on an offshoot trip of Glen's Soak and Stoke trip. The idea is to go up to Skookumchuk hotsprings Friday night with the rest of the group for the soak portion of the trip. But then instead of taking a lazy morning Saturday and going skiing with the rest of the group I'd like to head up to try and do some larger objectives like Aussie Couloir, NW face of Matier, or something similar. We would likely camp on the Anniversary Glacier col.
Obviously this trip is very weather and snow dependent because these are larger objectives and try require good conditions. The going list will also not be determined by signup order. It will be based on previous experience and skill level because this is not a beginner friendly trip. Both these objectives are 45+ degrees, so you must have strong skiing skills. Winter camping experience and avalanche training is also required.