Tagged: Trip Planning
November 17, 2016 at 12:27 #14165
Oh and a quick note regarding avi gear – there is no real avi risk on the way to or from the hut. If you ambitions of really exploring the local area, you could bring your kit, but I don’t know that I will personally bother as I don’t see myself entering any terrain steep enough to slide that has any snow loading. There’s lots of hiking to do without messing with avi slopes.November 17, 2016 at 20:49 #14168
We are bringing home made cookies courtesy of my wife, some nanaimo bars, and date squares all for dessert.
Bone dry – Spot Wx Forecast – https://spotwx.com/products/grib_index.php?model=nam_awphys&lat=50.55161&lon=-115.07325&tz=America/Edmonton
Likely leaving avi gear in car as well. Would be nice if the hike in could be skinned though.November 17, 2016 at 20:55 #14169
Hey Alana, Kiran spoke to Kananaskis today and they were saying that it was pretty thin out there. As in we’re walking. They’re estimating snow coverage at the pass at only a few centimetres – though they haven’t been out there. I’m going to hike in personally.
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