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Wedgemount Lake Dayhike · Saturday, December 3rd

Warning: This is a tentative trip : Depends on Drivers and Weather Conditions

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Organized by: Sri Chaitanya Bonthula.

Start: Saturday, Dec. 3rd
Pre-trip meeting: Thursday, Dec. 1st
Pre-trip meeting location: TBD

Description:

Exams are approaching, my brain is tired of studying.

Why not go hiking to Wedgemount lake? 

This is a super pretty hike with stunning views throughout especially at the (frozen) lake and glaciers around (We won't be venturing there).

This trip will depend on drivers being available and conditions being good.

Background:

- Trailhead is a bit past Whistler and will take us ~2hr 30min to reach. Don't we all love a super early morning start

- The hike is pretty strenuous with plenty of steep sections so being relatively fit is important. We will also be snowshoeing and microspikes are strongly recommended.

- This is a winter hike! Temps are averaging around -3°C all day so many layers and waterproof shells are required.

- Hike itself is around 13km Out&Back with 1,200m Elevation gain. We probably have a bit more depending on access to the trailhead.

- If you have doubts about your ability or have any questions regarding the trip feel free to email/text me!

- More details regarding gear, route, approach will be given during the pre-trip.

Posted: 2022-11-22 20:51:10
Last modified: 2022-11-28 21:21:16