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Trip Information
Name: Pebble Creek Cabin
Starts: Sun Mar 19, 2017
Meetup: St. Davids Church
Return: Sat Mar 25, 2017

Registration opens: Tue Dec 20, 2016
Event category: Backcountry Skiing
Difficulty grade: C-3  [?]
For members only: No
Screening used: Yes
Max participants: 8

Organizer: Brian Sheffield
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Before joining this trip, I would like to go on a trip with all the participants to make sure we are all compatible in terms of fitness, experience and expectations for the week.

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The Pebble Creek cabin is located about 15 km North West of the North Creek cabin in the pass between Pebble Creek and McParlon Creek.  It will hold 7-8 people and makes a warm dry base for a week.  Loft style accommodation, wood stove, Coleman lanterns and a sauna.  Great tree skiing in a storm or fabulous glacier runs in good viability.  It is big terrain.  You must be a fit and experienced back-country skier for this trip.   The flight in costs about $500 plus a contribution to cabin maintenance.  The trip out is a 7 hr. tour out to the Hurley Pass road.

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Brian Sheffield Grade: B2 Start: Thu 5 Jul '18
M:10, C:1, W:0
A five day stay at the refurbished Lizzie Creek Cabin to explore the Peak, Meadows and Lakes around
Brian Sheffield Grade: C-3 Start: Sun 17 Jun '18
M:20, C:12, W:0
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Brian Sheffield Grade: B3 Start: Sat 24 Mar '18
M:7, C:7, W:0
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