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Trip Information
Name: Mamquam Mountain
Starts: Sun May 13, 2018
Meetup: St David's at 6:00am
Return: Sun May 13, 2018

Registration opens: Thu May 10, 2018
Event category: Backcountry Skiing
Difficulty grade: C3  [?]
For members only: Yes
Screening used: Yes
Max participants: 8

Organizer: Bill Maurer
Profile info:
Trip Planning Questions

Can you drive? Do you have a 4x4 with chains? How many passengers can you take?

Navigation method? (gps, phone-gps, map, other)

Can you stop for a group dinner on the way home?

Type of ski gear? (AT, Tele, Split Board, other)

Are you carrying a cell phone?

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Participant Information

This will be our 2nd attempt to ski up Mamquam Mountain this year in a long day trip. The forecast is for a bluebird day. This will be a fast paced trip suitable for fit, experienced skiers only. I expect that it will be similar difficulty to the Spearhead or Neve traverse in a day.

We will start from the Watersprite Lake summer trailhead at the dam. The road is clear of snow now.

We will only attempt this trip if the weather and avalanche conditions are favorable.

Gear required: Avalanche gear (Transceiver, Probe, Shovel), skis, headlamp, sun screen, sunhat, sunglasses.

I have posted a GPS track of our planned route.

Distance: 24.5 km
Elevation Gain: 1800 m
Summit: 2580 m
Estimated Time: 10 hrs

 

 

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