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Spring Harrison Workhike (this time with more Harrison) · Fri. Jun. 2nd - Sun. Jun. 4th
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Start: Friday, Jun. 2nd
End: Sunday, Jun. 4th
Pre-trip meeting: Tuesday, May. 30th, 6:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: Discord
Since last weekend's Harrison workhike was aborted by the government giving us the wrong gate key, we're attempting a do-over!
We'll be driving up on Friday afternoon/evening to camp before the 2km gate on the road. On Saturday we'll drive up the road, hike to the hut, and do some work. On Sunday we will head back the way we came.
To attend this workhike, you must have good fitness (meaning you can hike at an efficient pace for several hours with a heavy pack); the ability to aquire the necessary gear; and stoke to help maintain the VOC's most elusive hut!
In order to form the trip roster, we will prioritize participants of the previous Harrrison trip (which didn't actually go to Harrison) and members that were on the committed list for that trip, followed by drivers and other members on the committed list.
Please note that cars must be 4-wheel drive, high clearance vehicles, and drivers should have skill and experience navigating FSRs. In addition, we would appreciate someone with chainsaw experience, as we have heard there are downed trees across the road.
We will keep a close eye on conditions leading up to the trip. If conditions are deemed unsafe, we will push the workhike to the following weekend.
Posted: 2023-05-24 12:46:33
Last modified: 2023-05-29 20:25:06