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East End of Rundle (EEOR) - Easy Scramble/Difficult Hike

  • May 12, 2013 · 10:00 AM
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The weather forecast is looking wonderful this Sunday (25C!!) and we are going to hike and scramble up the East End of Rundle (EEOR). This is entry-level scramble to the top will reward us with beautiful panoramic views of Canmore, Ha Ling Peak, and, if we are lucky, even Mt. Assiniboine.


Hike/scramble to the top of East End of Rundle (EEOR) by lunch, enjoy the sunny day, find our way safely down and make it back in town by late dinner time.
(total time: 4-8 hrs, depending on how slow we go)

Required gear:

  • Comfy supportive backpack to hold this stuff (no sherpas or pack mules)
  • 2-3 liters of water
  • Packed lunch and snacks
  • Sturdy shoes (I've taken people up in running shoes, but I do not recommend it and if you have only sandals, you are not coming due to safety issues)
  • Sun protection (hat/sunscreen/sunglasses)
  • Rain jacket/windbreaker (it gets colder at the top)
  • Clothes suitable for hiking (work out clothes, avoid cotton and jeans)
  • Gas money ($10-$15)


  • Hiking poles
  • Gaiters (think nylon leg warmers that keep rocks out of your shoe)
  • Dry fit type clothes (synthetic clothes for layers)
  • Camera
  • change of clothes (including shoes/sandals) for the ride back
  • Victory snack/drink
  • Garbage bag in case your things are muddy (courtesy for drivers)



Drivers: Thank you for offering to drive and provide rides for others. Please comment on the board and indicate how many people you're willing to offer rides to.

Passengers: Please email the drivers directly and request a ride. Simply RSVPing to this event does not guarantee you a spot in the car. It's your responsibility to arrange a ride with a driver. Please update the following spreadsheet once you have confirmed a ride:

N.B.: If you have a no show recorded against you, i.e., you have cancelled after the RSVP deadline on a previous occasion, you will be kept on the waiting list till the RSVP deadline. Then, if there is a spot available and there are no other people on the waiting list, you will be welcome to join the event. As well, please refrain from requesting or offering rides until your place is confirmed.

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  • Vanessa G.

    ...I have a car and can meet at trail head!

    May 11, 2013

  • Vanessa G.

    Lol I'd like to RSVP, but appears to be closed... Would it still be possible to join? Thanks!

    May 11, 2013

  • Antoni

    In Soviet Russia, sandals put you on for a hike:)

    P.S. Does anyone have an extra seat in the car, please?

    May 8, 2013

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