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Fall 2014, the British Columbia Mountaineering Club extended the Sigurd Trail in Tantalus Provincial Park. The club funded helicopter flights for the work party, consisting of Paul Kubik, Peter Malacarne and dog Linus. The five day camp built a one kilometer extension of the Sigurd Trail into the Moraine Camp at 1200 meters elevation in the glacial outwash plain below the Pelion-Ossa Glacier. A latrine was prefabricated in Vancouver and assembled on site. The route to Ossa Camp on the west ridge of Ossa Mountain was flagged.

For a more detail on what was accomplished, please view the 9 minute video on YouTube using the link below.

Grading trail with the bent shovel.
_Grading trail with the bent shovel.
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11.10.2014 (1378 Days Ago)
Trip Report TitleSigurd Trail Work Executive Summary
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  •  PaulK wrote 1329 Days Ago (neutral) 
    thanks andre. More work is planned for 2015.
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    Thanks a lot for trail work!
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