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Trip Information
Name: Marble Canyon Ice Chase
Starts: Sat Jan 06, 2018
Meetup: TBA
Return: Sun Jan 07, 2018

Registration opens: Sat Dec 23, 2017
Event category: Ice Climbing
Difficulty grade: A5  [?]
For members only: Yes
Screening used: Yes
Max participants: 12

Organizer: Oudina Cherfi
Profile info:
Trip Planning Questions

What is your ice climbing experience ?

Can you take people in your car or do you require a ride ?

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Participant Information

Mixed/Ice Climbing at Marble Canyon on Sat and Sun Jan 6-7.

Level: Beginner/Intermediate.

Departure  Leave Vancouver around 3 am on Saturday Jan 6th.
Return Leave Marble Canyon around 5-6 pm be back to get to Vancouver around 10-11 pm, depending on the traffic.
Accommodation: Reservation made at Retasket Lodge and RV Park for one room for one night.
Gear List: Beginner friendly but participants must be competent belayers and have all their personal gear: boots, crampons, ice tools, harness, belay device, helmet, rope, warm clothes, prusiks, anchor material, ice screws if any. 
Ride coordination will be posted on the Planning Forum.

A maximum of 6 participants is provided that I get a second driver With 3 people. Transportation costs based on the BCMC guidelines. 



Trip Photos
2016 Early Ice Season
_2016 Early Ice Season
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