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T2 HIKE - POWDERFACE RIDGE

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Please read the entire posting before RSVP'ing to be sure this hike is appropriate for you.

Fairly streneous trail. We will go from south to north on the ridge top where we will have great views of some of the front ranges such as Glasgow, Cornwall, Banded Peak, Forgetmenot and Nihahi Ridges...and more! We will hike to the Powderface Creek trail junction where we will turn back and return the same way.

Note: Our pace will be relaxed (slow to moderate); it will not be a race. We will be stopping for great views, photos, rest breaks and the occasional head count. Also, if you cannot stay with the group please refrain from signing up.
Speed demons need not to apply!

Distance: 13.4 KM return
Elevation gain: 640 M
Duration: 5-6 hours plus driving time. Please note: duration is approximate, always expect the unexpected and come prepared.

Direction: The trailhead is at the end of Highway #66 & junction of Powerface Trail (road).

Gear requirements:

Dress appropriately for the weather
Daypack
Water - at least 1 Litre of H2O
Hiking boots (plus plastic bag & spare shoes for after the hike)
Hiking poles (optional)
MICRO spikes
Gaiters (optional)
Packed Lunch and/or Extra Snacks
Camera (optional)
Pack garbage out (must)

Suggested passenger fare/costs: $10.00 for gas per person and in cash to your driver. Should you wish to drive yourself fell free to do so.

Please read the following: http://www.meetup.com/Slow-and-Steady-Hikers/pages/Update_Carpooling_Etiquette_-Required_reading_io

Who can attend: MEMBERS ONLY - No guests and NO children for this hike.

Waivers: As per the new policy for waivers, I will bring the group waiver form with me to both the Calgary Meetup location and the trailhead. You must sign it before you will be allowed to go on this hike. You will also be asked to provide the name and phone number of an emergency contact. You are fully aware that organizers are not professional guides and you assume all responsibility 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.

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