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12.04.2012 (3696 Days Ago)
News TitleBendor Range Camp - July 21-29
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The BENDOR RANGE is located east of Goldbridge BC. The highest peak being Mt Truax at 9,450'. See the write up in the 2002 BC mountaineer, and in Fairleys Climbing and hiking guidebook. Day 1 is the drive up to the trail head and then the hike in to our first base camp. I've used the trip type as "mixed" because you may only do the hiking routes, or, take harder more challenging routes. That will be your choice. Days 2-3-4 will have day hikes from camp. Day 5 we will hike back past the cars [ where we can restock food and fuel ], to base camp #2. Days 6-7-8 will have more day hikes. Day 9 we will hike out and home. The only gear suggested to bring will be an ice axe, and that is not mandatory.

The fee to attend will be $10 each.

The topo map for the area is 92 J 15. Please do not call before May 1st. there will be no limit to the camp number at this time.

Call for questions. Dave 604 531 5025

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