VOC trips are organized by members like yourself, not professional guides. The trips go into wilderness areas where assistance is unavailable and unexpected events can occur. You could be seriously injured or die. You are responsible for your own actions. Please use caution.
Backpacking to Rohr Mountain Via Marriot Basin Trail · Sat. Jul. 24th - Sun. Jul. 25th
Warning: This is an old trip - it already happened
- Details Page: Where you can see brief trip details (publicly viewable).
- This trip does not have an associated Wiki Page.
- This trip does not have an associated Message Board Thread.
- Signup Page: Where you can signup, bail, edit participation entries, see/email members on the trip, etc.
- Drivers Page: Where you can arrange rides, get pickup directions and email by car.
- Wikitext Page: From where you can cut and paste information formatted for the wiki.
- Printable List Page: Which generates a printable list of participants.
- Edit Page: Where the trip organizer can edit the entry for this trip.
- Mark Going Page: Where the trip organizer can sign members up as "actually going".
- Modify Signups: Where the trip organizer can change signup classes.
Start: Saturday, Jul. 24th, 6:00 am
End: Sunday, Jul. 25th, 8:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting: Thursday, Jul. 22nd, 6:00 pm
Emily and I are planning to go to Mt. Rohr on the weekend!
We are planning to leave early on Saturday, drive to the trail head and hike up to the lake. The plan is to camp at the lake, and then summit Rohr either Saturday afternoon or Sunday morning, depending on what time we arrive at the lake on Saturday. Either way, we will pack up our camp and head back on Sunday and should be back in Vancouver Sunday evening.
You can find more details about the trail here: https://www.alltrails.com/trail/canada/british-columbia/rohr-mountain-via-marriot-basin-trail
From what I can tell, there will be some minor scrambling involved to get to the peak of Rohr, but it shouldn't be very technical. Thus, I would say it is okay if you have not scrambled much before, but you should have experience and be comfortable with normal backpacking.
A 2WD vehicle is sufficient to get to the trail head :)