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Trip Information
Name: Joffre Group Weekend
Starts: Fri Dec 21, 2012
Meetup:
Return: Sun Dec 23, 2012

Registration opens: Tue Dec 04, 2012
Event category: Backcountry Skiing
Difficulty grade: C3/4  [?]
For members only: No
Screening used: Yes
Max participants: 4

Organizer: Seth Baker
Profile info:
Trip Planning Questions

Have you participated in a glacier/crevasse rescue course? Where and when?

What is your level of avalanche safety certification?

How many days did you backcountry ski last year? How many metres vertical was your biggest day?

What is the steepest backcountry run you've ever skied?

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Participant Information

Celebrate the shortest days of the year with a three day hut based trip to the Joffre Group.  Driving from North Vancouver to Pemberton late Thursday night.  Skinning into Keith's Hut at first light on Friday.  Each day will begin skinning at first light or just before.

This is an advanced ski mountaineering weekend with objectives including Mt Matier, Slakok Mtn, Vantage Peak, and (if conditions are brilliant) Aussie Couloir on Mt Joffre.  Objectives may change due to weather and/or avalanche conditions.

Advanced-expert ski level, glacier travel, crevasse rescue, avie rescue skill and high levels of fitness are required.  Please answer the questions below.

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