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Trip Information
Name: Brunswick Mountain *Full*
Starts: Sun May 01, 2016
Meetup: TBA (likely around 730 at the trailhead)
Return: Sun May 01, 2016

Registration opens: Mon Apr 25, 2016
Event category: Mountaineering
Difficulty grade: C2  [?]
For members only: Yes
Screening used: Yes
Max participants: 6

Organizer: Trevor Short
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Participant Information

Come climb the highest peak on the north shore. The trail starts out along the Lions trail from Lions Bay before diverging a little ways in. This is a very beginner friendly mountaineering objective with a decent scramble at the summit and spectacular views. 

Length: 14.5km

Elevation gain: 1550m

 

Required gear:

- Crampons

-Ice Axe

-Climbing helmet

-Headlamp 

-Weather appropriate clothing 

-Lunch

-Optional: Gaiters(highly recommended) 

 

All participants must be able to self arrest using an ice axe and must be in good enough physical shape to handle an 8+ hour day of steep hiking. 

Trip Photos
Brunswick Nov 2015
_Brunswick Nov 2015
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