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Beginner Friendly Elfin Lake Snow Stuff! · Sat. May. 16th - Mon. May. 18th
Warning: This is an old trip - it already happened
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Start: Saturday, May. 16th
End: Monday, May. 18th
TRIP IS FULL-Not enough car space for more at this moment; I will mark people as going asap so you all know that you've got a car spot.
This time of the year, Elfin Lake is just gorgeous! After an awesome Artsy Fartsy Trip with Anne, who's looking for more snow? :D Would like to take the chance to head up before all the snow melts away, and (two weeks ago) the snow started halfway at Red Heather Hut. Even if it's melted away significantly there will be snow up top. I'd like to bring my snowboard and explore the easy Red Heather Meadows, but if you're more experienced, do go find your own fun. We would leave Saturday morning and come back Monday unless some driver can drive you back Sunday. Basically, have backpack+food+sleeping bag (We can stay in the hut/$15 night or tent/$10 night)+snowshoes or skis/board with skins, you can come. I may have a driver coming up, but that would probably only fit 2 additional people, so if you have a car, we wanna know. It's 600 m elevation and about 15 Km each way. The hut has stoves, and is quite warm, a summer sleeping bag will do just fine. Last time I carried a minimal amount of weight, so this trip is beginner friendly.