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Brunswick Mountain's North East Couloir
Timestamp Free: 2018.12.09 - 17:16:55
Ranges: North America Ranges / Pacific Cordillera Range / Coast Mountains / Pacific Ranges / Britannia Range
  (1 days)     Elevation Gain: 1800m
Participants: BCMC party: Dan Lord, Jia (Stephanie) Li, Winifred Swatschek, Sabine Decamp, Serguei Okountsev (organizer)
Difficulty: 3: Steep hard snow and ice, invisible cornice.
Aesthetic alpine climb not found in the books, next to the city and off beaten track.
To approach the gully follow Brunswick Trail, at Howe Sound Crest Trail junction turn left towards Hat, then follow creek towards Brunswick lake and contour around Brunswick from north. Return via Howe Sound Crest Trail and Brunswick Trail.

[photo]Dean.jpg[caption]North East Gully, five dots is our team. Visible below is our approach path. Photo from mt. Hanover by Dean Perez.[/photo]
  [photo]IMG_0493.jpg[caption]In the gully.[/photo]
  [photo]DSC_5307.jpg[caption] Gully's exit, with cornice above (photo taken from Brunswick summit by Alex Hudson )[/photo]

[photo]s_ok.jpg[caption]Summit ridge. On the background North Face Ramp of Harvey. ( photo by Jia Li.)[/photo]
  [photo]group.jpg[caption]Group photo[/photo]

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