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Phelix Creek ski minicamp - Fri, Jan 13 2017

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PRE-REGISTRATION MAY BE REQUIRED. Please review the event details carefully, and if registration is required and you'd like to join us, you must sign up at the bottom of this page. Non-member guests must contact the leader (see Notes below) to register. If payment is required for this event, you will be expected to send your payment to the Event Leader - payable to the Alpine Club of Canada, Vancouver Section.

The Basics:
Event Type:Skiing
Event Location:Brian Waddington hut, Phelix Creek drainage
Date(s) & Time:Fri, Jan 13 2017  6:00 AM
Registration Cut Off: Thu, Jan 12 2017 11:55:00 AM
Event Duration:3 days
Difficulty Rating:D3: Difficult
Event Leader(s): Jonathan Rosen
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Member Cost:None

Participant Info:
Who's Invited: Members & Guests, 18 & Older Only
Attendee Screening: Attendees are Pre-Screened - Trip Leader will review your background and may contact you before accepting you on the trip.
Number Registered So Far: 9 (To see who's signed up, log in to the Member Area)

Itinerary:
  • Fri: drive to trailhead, ski in
  • Saturday: skiing
  • Sunday: 1/2 day of skiing, ski-out, drive home
The hut does not have a stove. It is highly recommended to bring a winter sleeping bag. Think of the trip as winter camping without the tent!

Required Items to Bring:
  • Transceiver
  • Shovel+Probe
  • Overnight gear
  • Skis or splitboard
  • $10 for the hut
Recommended Items to Bring:
Use our Event Checklists to make sure you have everything you need.
  • winter sleeping bag
  • food
  • humor
  • chocolate to share with the leader

Notes:
The route and terrain described here is capable of producing avalanches. Safe travel requires the skills and equipment to assess and mitigate avalanche hazards. A professionally taught training course is highly recommended. The Brian Waddington Hut is on the eastern (interior) side of the Coast Range, and consequently snow quality is usually very good. The hut is a great base for yo-yoing and touring, surrounded by good slopes on all aspects. There is excellent tree skiing nearby as well, so bad weather won't mean you have to sit around in the hut all day. You should be comfortable with blue runs and powder snow to get the most enjoyment out of the terrain in the area.
- We encourage all members to follow our Etiquette Guidelines at all times while participating in ACC VA events.


Cancellation/Partial Attendance:
Please review our Etiquette Guidelines!
Note: If you don't show up we will be very hurt!




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