Backpack - British Columbia Coast Range: Tantalus & Jim Haberl Huts

British Columbia Coast Range: Tantalus & Jim Haberl Huts

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Join me for Autumn colors, tasty blueberries, few people, and no bugs in the beautiful British Columbia Cascade Range! Sep 19 Drive from Seattle to Vancouver and Squamish. Camp at Alice Lakes Provincial Park.
Sep 20 9:00am From Brackendale, jetboat across the Squamish River. Backpack 3,850 feet up to Alpine Club of Canada’s Tantalus Hut. Optional paddle a free canoe on Lake Lovely Water.
Sep 21 Backpack 3,000 feet up to Alpine Club of Canada’s new Jim Haberl Hut. Optional alpine scramble peaks.
Sep 22 Backpack 6,850 feet down to Squamish River, jet boat across at 4-5pm. Camp at Alice Lakes Provincial Park (hot showers included).
Sep 23 Optional hike up Stawamus Chief. Drive to Vancouver. Optional tour UBC Museum of Anthropology. Stay at Vancouver Downtown hostel. Ride False Creek ferry to Granville Island for dinner.
Sep 24 Walk around Vancouver’s Stanley Park seawall. Drive home to Seattle.
Sep 25-27 Backup days in case of bad weather. Price includes two campsites, two jetboat trips, two huts, UBC Museum of Anthropology, hostel, and two ferries. To register, please mail a US$250 check to The Mountaineers with “Two Huts” written on the bottom by September 10.
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