Did a quick jaunt up to Wedgemount Lake on Nov 10, 2019. Impressively no snow until the last 500 meters, but was quite icy on the final climb. 3 hours round trip thanks to the good conditions and was back to my place by 11 in Whistler.
That's quite slippery without spikes at least coming down. 3hrs return is awfully fast, most ppl will need 2 1/2 - 3hrs just to get up.
Must come back there one summer for overnight. Did Cook as day hike, but would like to do Weart as well.
Interest: Skidooing ,cross country skiing, snow shoeing and plow snow.
Road to Tet very rough. 40 water bars in road. Need high clearance vehicles. Many potholes also. Was going to try to plow road again but Unimog plow can’t make it through water bars. Plow digs in and does damage to cutting edges.
So until MOF allows water bars to be filled it I won’t plow it