Trip Report

  • Trip Report: The COVID-19 Avalanche Bursts the Asulkan Bubble

    “Do you know what’s going on out there? It’s like the world is coming to an end”.

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  • Old-School Climbing: Learning the Ropes on The Mitre (1952)

    “The Mitre” a 9,480-foot peak is part of the Lake Louise Group, as noted in the Climbers Guide to the…

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  • Climbers on Mt Cline's summit

    Mt Cline Trip – Fun in the Notches

    Mt Cline has been on my list ever since I first heard of 11,000ers. The classic route along the southwest…

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  • Of Bear Encounters & Backcountry Awareness at the Stanley Mitchell Hut

    Early last Thursday morning while heading up the Kiwetinok Pass trail, I had the pleasure of meeting Lynn Martel coming…

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  • Mt Tuzo – Completing a Moraine Lake Hitlist

    Mountaineering lists can be treacherous things. They often start out as a wish list of peaks and routes, but can…

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  • Kokanee Ski Camp- March 2019

    Most people, even most mountain recreationists don’t do winter camping. It is a blast and you don’t have to leave…

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  • Family Day weekend from Peyto Hut

    Back before the snow even hit the autumn ground, Brad Duska was busy organizing a Family Day long weekend at…

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  • A Practical Ice Training Tower at Home

    I’ve heard of a few people from time to time who considered putting up some kind of tower at their…

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  • GRIZZLY SKI TOUR- WHAT ARE THE CHANCES?

      It was supposed to have been just a ‘gentle ski tour’ in Kananaskis on Feb 18, 2019 but little…

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  • Gap Peak Scrambling Accident

    A couple of weeks ago, one of our member and trip leader was involved in a serious scrambling accident in…

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