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Semi-Beginner Friendly Neve Traverse on Slowshoes · Fri. Feb. 14th - Sun. Feb. 16th
Warning: This is an old trip - it already happened
Warning, this trip has been cancelled : Need good weather, good lake, good avalanches, and day off work,
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Start: Friday, Feb. 14th, 5:00 am
End: Sunday, Feb. 16th
Pre-trip meeting: Thursday, Feb. 13th, 6:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: Club room
Roland is not coming (along with parking issue at Garibaldi side), so this trip is cancelled.
(This is a tentative trip depends on multiple conditions: 1. Garibaldi Lake is frozen; 2. Weather is decent; 3 There are at least 2 cars; 4. Roland is coming--actually, we only need to count on this, as Roland is coming guarantees all the first three are met. )
It is beginner-friendly because we will go quite slowly; it is called "semi" because you are self-sufficient, i.e. you have backpacked before in bad weather and you don't mind suffering a bit.
I plan to do this using snowshoes as I will scout the area before I use skis, skiers are welcome to join as long as this is not your first backcountry skiing trip.
Stay tuned for more details.