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January 31, 2016 
Natasha D on Auriol Trail

Snowstorm snowshoe. We did this trail on Jan 30, 2016 midway through a snowstormy day. Active snowfall with limited visibility. New to the area so we luckily had some ski trails to follow. No issues with trail following aside from the area near the campsite after 7.1km and until approx 9km. foll... Read More

January 27, 2016 
Christine on Tally-Ho Mountain

September 2015 we walked the road to the parking lot for many kilometers with no problems, it sort of contours Tally Ho, we did not leave the road but kept climbing/angling left to plateau where at a height of land there is a small pond in the hollow to the right. The gravel roads then looses eleva... Read More

January 26, 2016 
Christine on Sam McGee Trail

A spectacular trail in great conditions, it's not as define once on the plateau but it does not matter. Views, close and distant, in all directions fabulous! Read More

January 2, 2016 
Skye on Nares Mountain

January 1st 2016 accent, 5 guys, all in their Fifties. 0 degrees C. Winds up high gusting to 50 km. Some sun. Did not take our snowshoes, achieved the summit and returned to cars in 5 1/2 hours. Some sloughs along the way Awesome views all around, Bennett Lake not frozen. Read More

December 24, 2015 
LJ on Upper Dewey Lake

Spent 2 nights up there this December w. a group of 6 + 1 dog. Trail was icy till lower dewey (we wore cleats) and then snow covered for a bit till we put on our snowshoes and broke trail through 2 ft snow for a couple of hours. It's a steep, hard hike in the winter. Took us 5 hours up, 2.5 hrs ... Read More

December 22, 2015 
MeghanM on Chilkoot Trail

Hi Isa, Did this route in the winter on nordic touring skis (as described here in reverse -> BC-Alaska) two years ago (I think it was early April). Still a lot of snow, with avalanches still a concern as well as a mixed bag of weather (whiteout blizzards, rain, snow, sun). Must have excellent... Read More



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Mount Martha Black


Distance: 36 km
Elevation Gain: 1705 m (5594 ft)
Time: 16 hours
Difficulty: Difficult

Mount Martha Black is the highest peak within the Auriol Range, accessed via the Auriol Trail. This route is an excellent entry level mountaineering trip with varied terrain and a variety of skills required - glacier travel and up to Class 5 scrambling (rope, harnesses and helmets a must). It's a fair distance to cover (both horizontally and vertically), best completed with overnight stays in the beautiful alpine flower covered plateau.




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