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Trip Information
Name: Laps at Diamond Head
Starts: Sat Feb 02, 2019
Meetup: St. Davids in West Van at 7:00 am Saturday Feb 2
Return: Sat Feb 02, 2019

Registration opens: Thu Jan 31, 2019
Event category: Backcountry Skiing
Difficulty grade: B2  [?]
For members only: No
Screening used: No
Max participants: -

Organizer: Brian Sheffield
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Trip Planning Questions

Can you drive? Is your vehicle 4WD? Do you have chains? How many passengers, including yourself can you take? Where are you coming from?

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Participant Information

We will meet at St. Davids Church in West Van at 7:00 am.  Should be on the trail by about 8:30, up to Red Heather hut by 10:00  and up to the high point on Paul Ridge by about 11:00.  We should have time for numerous runs down the gullies and glades if avalanche conditions permit.  Plan on leaving the hill around 3:00 pm and being back in town by 5:00 pm.  All participants must have beacons, shovels and probes and know how to use them.  Skis or split boards welcome.  Typically chains are required to get all the way to the upper parking lot.  Good winter tires may get you to the lower parking lot or chain up area.

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