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post #17 of (permalink) Old 06-07-2020, 11:20 PM Thread Starter
Ni Jin
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Join Date: Jun 2018
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Thanks for the inputs everyone.

wooden shoes, I'm not going near any of those as Zeljkok scared me with the same death warning early on.

Good point Kokanee75, indeed Aylmer Lookout could be done on my way up Aylmer next time so one day can be saved here, which is important as there are more trails & mountain peaks waiting for us to explore than days in our life
I did Plain of six Glaciers /tea house before, great scenery but super busy. I thought the higher we go the less crowded it'd be (& better scenery)- will have to come back when it's safer.

My new plan-
1) Grotto
https://forums.clubtread.com/130-can...ar-canyon.html
https://autumnsky.zenfolio.com/canmore/grotto
New snow in June? Snow is fine, I've been hiking/snowshoeing all winter, as long as no avalanche risk.

2) EEOR & Rundle Ridge
https://autumnsky.zenfolio.com/canmore/EEOR
https://stevensong.com/canadian-rock...ndle-main-peak

3)Sarrail Ridge via Rawson Lake Trail
https://autumnsky.zenfolio.com/rocki...s/rawson-ridge
https://www.alltrails.com/trail/cana...son-lake-trail

Here is a question for you- can Rawson Lake Ridge be done in a loop (as in attached)?
I see out & back being favoured by both Zeljkok & Alltrails.com
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