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Trip Information
Name: Trek in South Chilcotin
Starts: Sat Aug 03, 2019
Meetup: St David's Church 7:00am
Return: Fri Aug 09, 2019

Registration opens: Fri Jul 05, 2019
Event category: Backpacking Trip
Difficulty grade: C2  [?]
For members only: No
Screening used: Yes
Max participants: 8

Organizer: Tom Green
Profile info:
Trip Planning Questions

1) Have you done a week long trip before? If no, what makes you feel confident that you are prepared for this one?

2) Do you have a 4x4 vehicle? If so, how many passengers can you take?

3) Please describe any particular approach or emphasis you'd like to see for the trip.

4) Have you backpacked in the South Chilcotin before / are there any particular routes or scrambles you'd like to do?

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Participant Information

A week of backpacking and scrambling beginning up the beautiful Paradise Creek Drainage in the South Chilcotin, following hiking trails and scrambling routes through beautiful meadows, accessible peaks, scattered fossils.

The general idea would be to head in the direction of the Dil-dil plateau and Mount Vic (3004m). Mt Cunningham, Relay Mountain, Castle Peak and Cardtable Mountain are all in the area. The area is described in Southern Chilcotin Mountains Guidebook.

There is considerable flexibility over what routes we take and I welcome input into route selection (I did a trip in the area over a decade ago). Some finetuning may be needed before departure as BC Parks states that they are undertaking maintenance this summer involving considerable helicopter use.

The backup access route will be via Tyaughton Creek, which can be used to connect into the same area.

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