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Harrison Hut Flagging June 16-17, 2012 · Sat. Jun. 16th - Sun. Jun. 17th

Warning: This is an old trip - it already happened

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Organized by: Ben Singleton-Polster.

Start: Saturday, Jun. 16th
End: Sunday, Jun. 17th


The plan is to go and flag the beginning of the route to the Harrison Hut. For those of you who do not know, the Harrison Hut is a VOC hut in the Overseer group, at the north end of the Pemberton Ice cap. The least old route starts from the Meager hotsprings which were washed out in one of the largest landslides in recent world history so we plan to build a trail on the opposite side of the valley to avoid the hassle of crossing the lillooet and meager creeks and head straight to the hut. We need approximately 1 car load of people for this. It would be good if people were relatively competent and able to look after themselves but knowledge of how to flag a route and the route is not required. Lots of detail on the history can be found on the wiki page.

Posted: 2012-06-11 12:00:05
Last modified: 2012-06-13 18:45:37