It is a requirement to read the following trip posting very carefully and to make the proper and responsible preparations for it. Failure to do so, will result in participant not allowed on this trip. A waiting list has automatically been created to determine this trip’s suitability for you as a potential participant. You must meet all the pre-requisites to be eligible to attend this trip. If the organizer deems it necessary to obtain additional information from you, please provide it, otherwise, you will remain on the waiting list. As a potential participant, you must check this trip posting for additional directions from the organizer, including up to trip cancellation.
Mount Buller is a moderate scramble that requires some routefinding, overcoming some steep slabs covered with pebbles and a short narrow portion just before the summit. Once at the summit, the views of Spray Lakes and surrounding peaks make it all worth it.
Distance: 11-12 km
Elevation Gain:[masked] M
Time: 6-8 Hrs on trail + 3 hrs driving
Required Gear: Rock helmet, First aid kit, hiking boots, Water/food, Rain coat, warm clothes
Suggested Gear: Hiking poles, sunglasses, sunscreen cream, gaiters, bear spray, bug spray.
Group size: 4-6
Physical Difficulty: Moderate. An above level of fitness is needed to participate on this trip
Event Pace: Moderate
Gas Fee contribution: 20.00 per person
Trip report: http://www.soistheman.com/diary/page.php?id=mt-buller&page=1
Weather info: http://www.mountain-forecast.com/peaks/Mount-Buller/forecasts/2800
WAIVER:You must sign our club waiver before you are allowed to go on this trip and you shall arrive prepared with an emergency name and phone number to be recorded on the waiver. You are required to read the Slow and Steady Hiker Club Waiver: http://www.meetup.com/Slow-and-Steady-hikers/pages/OUR_NEW_WAIVER/
Disclaimer:You are fully aware that your hosts are volunteers and not trained guides and you assume all responsibility for your own safety and well-being. All participants are responsible for assessing the current road conditions, current weather conditions, your current physical condition, current trail conditions and current avalanche conditions for the trip and you are responsible for your safety and well-being. You are fully prepared with proper gear and you're physically fit to do this hike with the group.