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Trip Information
Name: Nak Thar Area *** Changed to Jan 4 ***
Starts: Wed Jan 04, 2017
Meetup: Chevron at Boundary and Dominion at 7 am
Return: Wed Jan 04, 2017

Registration opens: Sat Dec 31, 2016
Event category: Backcountry Skiing
Difficulty grade: B2/3  [?]
For members only: Yes
Screening used: Yes
Max participants: 6

Organizer: Steve Pollak
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1. Do you need a ride?

2. What is your backcountry experience?

3. Ski or splitboard?

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Participant Information

Bring in the new year with a fun ascent to the col between Nak and Thar.  Access from the highway south of the Falls Lake trail.  Possibly summit Nak from here and/or ski back down.  Yoyo if time permits.  Back to the car before dark.  I am not certain about snow coverage, but there should be some fresh accumulation from the weekend.  Forecast is for clear and very cold conditions.

I will bring GPS, Spot beacon, first aid kit.  I am bringing ski crampons, but I do not expect to be using them.

Minimum requirements:

Backcountry skis/splitboard setup, beacon, probe, shovel

AST 1 or higher

10 essentials, sufficient clothing, food and water to survive the elements for a full day in the backcountry.  I am expecting very cold conditions around minus 20 degrees.

Some backcountry experience is preferred but not absolutely essential.

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