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[Slideshow] A solo scenic-route slog to Squamish · Thursday, February 2nd
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Start: Thursday, Feb. 2nd, 7:00 pm
Join us to experience some of the most remote terrain accessible by translink! Last summer, Thomas Morrissey took advantage of the late snowmelt to complete a northbound traverse of Pinecone Burke Provincial Park. The route was packed with bushwhacking and bootskiing, routefinding and ridgerunning, peakbagging and postholing. This trip report will be sprinkled with beautiful (somewhat low-res) pictures, anecdotes on VOC history, and suggestions for future Pinecone Burke exploration.
Location: ANGU 234
Date and Time: Thursday February 2nd, 7pm