About BCMC Events Schedule Club Forums Hut Booking News - Media Club Resources Search
 
Trip Information
Name: North Creek Cabin Winter Camp
Starts: Sat Feb 12, 2022
Return: Sat Feb 19, 2022

Registration opens: Fri Sep 10, 2021
Event category: Backcountry Skiing
Difficulty grade: B3  [?]
For members only: No
Screening used: Yes
Max participants: 8

Organizer: Brian Sheffield
Profile info:
Trip Planning Questions

1) Please outline some backcountry ski trips that you have done in the past few years that would give me an idea of your ability.

2) Can you drive to Pemberton and/or the staging area, if so, how many can you take in your car including yourself?

3) Do you have any particular food requirements?

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 fly in and out of the North Creek Cabin and run day trips to the various peaks, glaciers, and valleys above.  The cabin is outfitted with two Coleman stoves and lanterns, a wood heater with lots of firewood, cooking equipment, and utensils for 12 and half a dozen sleeping mats.  In good conditions, there is excellent skiing on Mt Sugas, Pebble, and Hemonious to name a few.  Tree skiing is limited but there is great potential if the weather is good and avi conditions stable.  You need to be a decent backcountry skier to get the most out of this trip.  This trip is not suitable for beginners.  We will share the cooking in groups of two for dinners and breakfasts and hope to make this a gourmet experience as well as a great ski week.  Group costs for the cabin, helicopter, transportation from Vancouver, food and fuel will totaled and shared equally.  Participants must have taken an avalanche course or have equivalent experience, practiced with beacons and shoves and be comfortable on a wide range of snow conditions and terrain.  You should be able to make it up the Grouse Grind in around an hour or less.  

Helicopter flights will leave from the Pemberton airport and a forward staging location near the Lillooet              River bridge at Km 2 on the Lillooet FSR, about 30 km from Pemberton.  

Other trips or events organized by this BCMC member
RSS
 
 
Brian Sheffield Grade: B2 Start: Sat 23 Oct '21
M:10, C:5, W:0
Alder cutting on Watersprite Winter trail
Brian Sheffield Grade: B2 Start: Tue 19 Oct '21
M:10, C:4, W:0
A day with the brush cutters and nippers
Brian Sheffield Grade: B2 Start: Fri 8 Oct '21
M:4, C:2, W:0
Brush cutting on the Mt. Lake trial
Copyright © 2021 British Columbia Mountaineering Club