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July, 2022

Friday
1
Kimberley, Trickle Creek Lodge
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Let‘s have some fun in the Columbia Valley. Of interest to Golfers, Hikers and Bikers.
Saturday
2
Kimberley, Trickle Creek Lodge
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Let‘s have some fun in the Columbia Valley. Of interest to Golfers, Hikers and Bikers.
Sunday
3
Kimberley, Trickle Creek Lodge
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Let‘s have some fun in the Columbia Valley. Of interest to Golfers, Hikers and Bikers.
Sunday
3
Rebecca Spit on Quadra Island, BC
9:00 AM
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Kayaking Adventure
Monday
4
Rebecca Spit on Quadra Island, BC
9:00 AM
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Kayaking Adventure
Tuesday
5
Rebecca Spit on Quadra Island, BC
9:00 AM
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Kayaking Adventure
Wednesday
6
Edworthy Park, North Parking Lot, Look for the White Ford Explorer
8:00 AM
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Club Favorite

The Watridge Lake and Karst Spring Hike is an easy 9.2 kilometer walk to a beautifully lake and is one of the finest Cutthroat Lakes in Alberta.
Wednesday
6
Rebecca Spit on Quadra Island, BC
9:00 AM
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Kayaking Adventure
Thursday
7
Rebecca Spit on Quadra Island, BC
9:00 AM
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Kayaking Adventure
Friday
8
Rebecca Spit on Quadra Island, BC
9:00 AM
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Kayaking Adventure
Saturday
9
Heritage Park, Gravel Parking Lot.
Heritage Dr West off 14th ST SW.
Then second entrance
8:00 AM
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A strenuous and rewarding hike in the Highwood area!
Wednesday
13
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A short and popular trail from Canada’s highest navigable pass into alpine meadows below Mt. Rae. With most of the height gain occurring with the first kilometer, this trail is no easy stroll; there’s some uphill work to be done before you reap your reward.
Sunday
17
Edworthy Park, North Parking Lot, Look for the Grey CRV
8:00 AM
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This is an intermediate Hike
Galate lakes hike is a popular trail and offers great scenic views.
Crossing bridges over Galatea creek and passing beautiful waterfalls.
The dirt trail is mostly sheltered by forest up to Lillian Lake.
The section up to the upper and lower Galatea lakes is steep and exposed with loose rocks and wind. Enjoy great views of Lillian lake from the top.
Monday
18
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Do you want to ski, shred or slide for free this winter?

Have an idea for a trip? not sure where to start? Most importantly, do you want to earn points and get FREE TRIPS? Do you like telling everyone where to go? At this meeting we will be scheduling and planning our fun filled winter of overnight downhill, XC, combo and backcountry trips. (plus downhill day trips)

CSC is ALWAYS looking for new leaders to present some new ideas! you can also co-lead a trip with another, more experienced member.
Wednesday
20
Edworthy Park, North Parking Lot, Northeast Corner - Look for the Gray Toyota Camry.
7:30 AM
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Despite having the word "Mount" in it, this is only a hike, not a scramble or technical climb.
Saturday
23
Westhills Mall Parking Lot outside Winners at
8:45 am to arrange carpooling and convoy
8:45 AM
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This may be your LAST CHANCE to experience a very special day with elder, Keith Lefthand, and his family since suffered a significant health setback last winter and is not sure if he‘ll be able to continue his efforts on this front going forward. If you wish to build a personal connection with our Indigenous neighbors as they generously guide and host us on their reserve lands, this is your opportunity to experience a memorable day-trip hike, (possible swim) and meaningful learning experience on the Eden Valley Indian Reserve.

Guided by Keith and other Band Members, we will complete a 5 km hike as well as spend considerable time at Keith‘s ranch where he will host us in his hand-crafted tipi sharing stories of indigenous ways-of-life in past and present times.

Keith‘s wife will prepare us a tasty meal featuring her homemade frybread and, if we are lucky and the weather is hot, we will have the refreshing treat of a dip in the swimming hole behind Keith‘s house.

Unfortunately, the ski club is not willing to subsidize this outing, hence attendees need to cover the full cost of $125 per adult. Children can attend for free - email me directly at cindy@strategyhouse.ca for details. ALSO: You must be at least double vaccinated and free of COVID symptoms to attend.
Sunday
24
Burnsmead Parking, 153rd Avenue and Bow Bottom Trail
9:00 AM
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A more challenging distance, mostly flat.
Thursday
28
Edworthy Park, North Parking Lot. Northwest Corner
Look for the Yellow Ford Focus
8:00 AM
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Like Headwall Lakes, this valley is accessed via the color-coded Smith-Dorrien skiing and mountain biking network of logging roads. So, it’s a fairly easy walk to the lake. Once there, you’re within reach of twin cirques divided by Mt. James Walker.
Sunday
31
Edworthy Park, North Parking Lot
8:00 AM
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The trail starts at Sunshine parking lot and meanders through the forest for the first 6 km and then breaks out of the trees with tremendous views for the next 3.5 km. We will stop at the top to have lunch and enjoy the views before heading down. If we are lucky the alpine flowers will be blooming and we may be able to see marmots at the top.