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1971 exploring south side of Cloudburst Mtn
Timestamp Free: 2020.01.17 - 18:02:15
Ranges: North America Ranges / Pacific Cordillera Range / Coast Mountains / Pacific Ranges
(1 days) Elevation Gain: 1050m
Participants: Libby Maguire, Bobby Walsh, Fran Dickson, Keith Dickson, Cliff Jennings
Difficulty: 1: Difficult navigation to get on the highest spur.
Following active logging roads to as high as we could get.
This was one of our early exploration trips using our Landrover to see how high we could get up Cloudburst Mountain. It was a lot of white knuckle driving so I didn't start taking pictures until the high point & then on the way down. I set the waypoints to correspond with some of the old logging roads & named them according to the pictures using Google Earth ground-level view to match the scenes.
[photo]1971Cloudburst06.jpg[caption]1971 Cloudburst 06[/photo] This section of road was extreme, but had to stop to remove rocks anyways.
[photo]1971Cloudburst05.jpg[caption]1971 Cloudburst 05[/photo] Stopped in safe section to scout ahead, but great view of the Tantalus Range.
[photo]1971Cloudburst04.jpg[caption]1971 Cloudburst 04[/photo] Great view of Garibaldi Mountain & Pillchuck Lakes below.
[photo]1971Cloudburst03.jpg[caption]1971 Cloudburst 03[/photo] View of Black Tusk.
[photo]1971Cloudburst02.jpg[caption]1971 Cloudburst 02[/photo] View of Table Mountain & Garibaldi
[photo]1971Cloudburst01.jpg[caption]1971 Cloudburst 01[/photo] View of the Squamish River below the Tantalus Range. The smoke is from the Woodfibre Pulp Mill.
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