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|Event Location:||Jim Haberl Hut, Tantalus Range|
|Date(s) & Time:||Fri, Mar 22 2019
6:00 AM (Carpool Departure: N/A *log in for location*)
|Registration Cut Off:
Fri, Mar 15 2019 1:00:00 AM
|Event Duration:||3 Days|
|Difficulty Rating:||D4: Very Difficult|
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|Member Cost:||$350.00/Person (See Detailed Cost Info Below)|
Members & Guests, 18 & Older Only
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|Number Registered So Far:||
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Jim haberl Hut |
Tantalus Big Mountain Skiing
Trip is based one one full A-Star Helicopter. IF there is a
large enough Wait List then we will look at booking two
flights totalling ten people. If there is fewer than 10
people registered I will offer doing another flight which
will be a higher cost.
Day 1: Fly from Squamish Airport to Jim Haberl Hut.
Setup inside the hut. We will then ski tour up a short
ways to do some snowpack testing to ensure stable and
safe skiing. After this we will have a short lunch then ski
up to do a moderate run.
Day 2: Potential Objectives could be Alpha Serratus Col,
or the Serratus North face.
Day 3: Potential Objectives could be Alpha West
Couliors or Alpha North Glacier. This will be a short day
and we will pack up to fly out no later than 4pm
We will be cooking dinners as a group and part of your
registration will include food for group meals. You will be
expected to assist with either cooking or cleaning for
both evenings. Please let me know if you have dietary
restrictions or preferences.
Recommended expert level skier only, this trip is
designed for advanced to expert skiers who are NO FALL
skiers on double black diamond terrain. The Tantalus
range features very steep big mountain skiing where
consequences of a fall is almost assured injury.
All participants must have mountaineering experience, to
access some of these ski descents bootpacking steep
terrain will be required.
Late March is typically fine for weather but please keep
yourself open to the possibility that we may not be able to
fly out on Sunday should the
weather not cooperate.
|Required Items to Bring:|
Ski Touring Equipment, Avalanche Safety Equipment,
Mountaineering Harness and Axe, Headlamp, Helmet,
Daypack, Food for Lunches and Breakfasts, Sleeping Bag.
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|Cost Includes:||Helicopter Flights, Hut Stay, Group Meals|
|Make a Payment:||Although there is a cost for this event, you do not pay through the ACC VA. Please review the event details carefully for information about how/where to make your payment.|
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