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Brew Beginner Friendly Ski or Snowshoe (Dog Friendly!) · Sat. Dec. 12th - Sun. Dec. 13th
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Start: Saturday, Dec. 12th, 5:00 am
End: Sunday, Dec. 13th, 6:00 am
Pre-trip meeting: Thursday, Nov. 26th, 2:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: Zoom
This trip follows current COVID-19 VOC Guidelines please read them here: https://www.ubc-voc.com/covid-19
-Additionally, this trip will take place or not mostly depending on the evolving COVID situation (up to today sport regional travel is banned).-
The plan is to head up to Brew Hut early on Saturday and get to shred/ski a little bit on both days. While this is a socially-oriented beginner-friendly, AST1 is required if you plan to ski or snowshoe in any place outside the trail or beyond the hut. AVI gear is also required, we will have a basic how-to-use refresher on Saturday morning.
I am limiting this trip to 10 people (Preferably dog-friendly folks).
Winter capable dogs are welcome without beacons and after talking to me (be advised that dog owners may have to camp). Also, all participants of this trip will have to bring a small piece of firewood that I will provide, so we have a cozy night and not use the limited firewood of the hut (around 700 grams). Facemasks required to go inside the hut and for COVID reasons we will be sleeping on thents outside the hut.
Mulled wine is welcomed! (responsibly and no sharing cups!)
Finally, please take into account that this is an extremely inclusive trip that brings respectful people from diverse backgrounds and "minorities" (e.g. LGBTQIA+ and loud Latin-Americans).