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Reasonably Beginner Friendly Crown Mtn Hike/ Scramble · Sunday, July 17th

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Organized by: Chris Yuen.

Start: Sunday, Jul. 17th, 8:30 am
Pre-trip meeting: Wednesday, Jul. 13th, 1:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: Clubroom

***This trip HAS BEEN switched to Sunday due to better weather.***

1) Hike up either grouse grind, bcmc, or flints and feathers
2) Continue to Crown Mountain
3) Either take the gondola down for a pesky 10 dollars or hike down bcmc if you still have energy.

You can use the gondola for the way up or down or both at your own cost if you wish but if you do the whole thing, it'll likely take a full 10 hours (At my not too fast pace I think). You'll need reasonable fitness, good boots, poles, possibly an ice axe, and perhaps some tolerance for suffering.

This is accessible by transit but if there's parking available if you wish to utilize a car.

Updated June 27: The snow in the north shore mountains seem quite stable and forgiving right now and seems to not really exist below about 1200m. So bring an ice axe if you want just in case but you might not need it.

Note to beginners- You're very welcome to come. As with many VOC trips, moderately good fitness and endurance is required if you don't want to suffer too much. Let me know if you have any questions.

Posted: 2011-06-24 17:53:16
Last modified: 2011-07-15 15:55:46