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Misty Icefield (Misty, Snowcap, and Stave)
Parent Area: Garibaldi Area
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Area: 552 sq km.Location: The Misty Icefields is the eastern part of Garibaldi Park. The area typically referred to as the Misty Icefields includes not only the Misty Icefield itself, but also Snowcap Glacier, and Stave Glacier, plus the northern end of Golden Ears Park. It is drained on the west by the Pitt River, and drained on the east by tributaries of the Lillooet River. The south boundary is Sloquet Creek, also a tributary of the Lillooet River. Terrain: Fairly gentle heavily glaciated terrain. Can be traversed in the spring on skis.

Top Trips
The Great Garibaldi Traverse - Part 2 Klaus Haring
The Great Garibaldi Park Traverse - Part 1 Klaus Haring
Misty Icefield Traverse - South to North 2018 Alexandru Romanciuc
The Road to Nowhere: In Search of the Misty Icefield Sandra McGuinness
Garibaldi - Into the Wilderness Randy Stoltmann
Misty Icefields with Fire Lake Exit - Attempt Robin Tivy
The Crown Jewel of Garibaldi Park - Mount Pitt Attempt Fred Touche
Snowcap Lake, Jewel of Garibaldi Park Klaus Haring
Mount Pitt-- not such a crazy idea after all Keith Freeman
Checking Out Upper Shale Creek Drainage Fred Touche
More Trips

Top Photos
Mount Pitt to Wolverine Pass Doug Brown
Old Pierre, Remote, and Mount Lamont from Robertson Peak Drew Brayshaw
Snowcap Icefield Don Funk
Mount Pitt - Southwest Side Fred Touche
Evening Light on Katzie Mountain and Halkomelem Peak Klaus Haring
Snowcap Lake, Greymantle, Greenmantle and Three Bears Mountain Klaus Haring
Remote Peak from the Northeast Klaus Haring
Mount Pitt - North Face Robin Tivy
Eastern Snowcap Icefield Panorama Klaus Haring
Rain God and Rollercoaster Ridge Klaus Haring
More Photos

Books
Exploring the Coast Mountains on Skis - 2nd Ed

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