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Trip Information
Name: Mt Mulligan Skiing (trip location changed)
Starts: Sun Feb 21, 2021
Meetup: 8 am at Entrance to Mamquam River Forest Road
Return: Sun Feb 21, 2021

Registration opens: Fri Feb 12, 2021
Event category: Backcountry Skiing
Difficulty grade: B1  [?]
For members only: No
Screening used: Yes
Max participants: 6

Organizer: Fred Jiang
Profile info:
Trip Planning Questions

Do you have an AWD or 4x4 with chains?

Tell me about your ski touring experience?

AST 1?

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Participant Information

Trip location changed to Red Heather due to avalanche risk Feb.20


Mt Mulligan is a beginner friendly peak SE of Squamish up the Mamquam FSR. It's ~13km round trip up to 1530m, with skinning along a logging road for most of it. It's a safe area and a much quieter alternative to Paul's Ridge. Beautiful views and some fun skiing to be had here. Depending where we park, we'll have up to 900m elevation gain.

I don't know the area well as I've only been there once and didn't make it all the way, so it'll be exploratory for me. People who's been here before welcome. Also dogs allowed here so puppies welcome too.

Here's Rich So's blog on the area http://richso.blogspot.com/2017/02/mount-mulligan.html

Driving directions http://www.trailpeak.com/trail-Mt-Mulligan-near-Squamish-BC-10976


This trip is intended for members who are new-ish to backcountry skiing. You must be able to downhill ski intermediate or above. Faced with trees or poor conditions you should be able to use survival ski techniques. You must have experience with your backcountry equipment. You must have avy training. This must not be your first time touring in the backcountry. 


We will use the Trip Planning forum for additional information as required. 

For last minute questions and updates, contact by phone.

Gear required:  your own 10 essentials.


Avy gear (Digital Transceiver, Probe, Shovel).

Headlamp suitable for skiing at night.

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