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Trip Information
Name: Easy ski day in the Coquihalla region
Starts: Sun Dec 15, 2013
Meetup: to be determined
Return: Sun Dec 15, 2013

Registration opens: Tue Dec 10, 2013
Event category: Backcountry Skiing
Difficulty grade: B2  [?]
For members only: Yes
Screening used: No
Max participants: 8

Organizer: Bruce Cassels
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Trip Planning Questions

Splitboard or ski? How many seasons? Do you have avy gear and know how to use it?

Can you drive? What type of vehicle and how many people?

Please provide your thoughts about the trip location.

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Participant Information

Sunday day-trip somewhere off the Coquihalla - exact location will be determined closer to the date depending on group size and abilities, snow conditions/forecast and avy bulletin

Both skiers and split-boarders are welcome, but the objective of the trip will be finding moderately-easy skiing terrain.

Participants must have all avy gear and know how to use, have taken AST1, and be moderately fit - not out to set any speed records, but able to tour at an easy to moderate pace for a day

Please feel free to email with any questions or comments

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