About BCMC Events Schedule Club Forums Hut Booking News - Media Club Resources Search
 
Trip Information
Name: Sigurd Peak / Rose Trail hike/trail tune up
Starts: Sun Jun 14, 2020
Meetup: Squamish Valley Gas Bar, just past the Mamquam FSR off the Sea to Sky Hwy i
Return: Sun Jun 14, 2020

Registration opens: Sat Jun 13, 2020
Event category: Hiking
Difficulty grade: B2  [?]
For members only: No
Screening used: No
Max participants: 6

Organizer: Brian Sheffield
Profile info:
Login to Join BCMC Trips

You must login in order to sign up online for one of the BCMC Trips. If you don't have a BCMC membership account then please obtain one.  If you'd prefer to learn more before joining then please join as a 30-day Guest member.   Some trips are BCMC members only.

Participant Information

We will meet at 8:00 am at the gas station just across from the Casino on the North side of the Hwy, as you arrive in Squamish.  (Close to the Chief ).  Participants should drive their own car or carpool with folks who are in their "bubble".  From the meet, up we drive up the Squamish FSR and take the first bridge that crosses at Ashlu Creek, from there it is a few km to the pullout for parking for the Sigurd trail, just after crossing Ashlu Creek and starting up the old Ashlu Main.  The trail follows an old logging road for a few km and then begins a relentless steep 2000m ascent through forest, up to the alpine and along a broad ridge with fabulous views of the Northern end of the Tantalus range.  We will take a small chainsaw and a few pairs of clippers to tune the trail up as we go.  I don't anticipate more than a half dozen logs to cut along the way.  For a detailed description of the trip please see:  https://stevensong.com/coastal-interior-bc/sea-to-sky/sigurd-peak/ .  Bring your microspikes or crampons and an ice axe for the final snow slopes to the top.  It should be NTD, but you don't want to slip on the snow and go for a ride.  If you have a small pair of shears or cutters for snipping the worst of the blueberry out of the way, that would be helpful.  This is primarily a hike, but with a little work thrown in.  The ascent is the equivalent of two grouse grinds and we will travel at a moderately fast pace.  

Other trips or events organized by this BCMC member
RSS
 
 
Brian Sheffield Grade: C3 Start: Tue 10 Aug '21
M:15, C:16, W:0
Spectacular hiking and scrambling camp in the South Chilcootens
Brian Sheffield Grade: B3 Start: Mon 19 Jul '21
M:9, C:9, W:0
A fly in summer camp in the Pebble Creek and North Creek area
Brian Sheffield Grade: B3 Start: Mon 19 Jul '21
M:5, C:6, W:0
A mix of easy mountaineering and hiking and some trail work in exchange for a free flight into the North Creek Cabin
Copyright © 2021 British Columbia Mountaineering Club