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Connaught Creek - Rogers Pass November 10th
« on: 11/14/14, 06:57 AM »

Got to hit up Rogers pass on my way through for work this week.  Woke up to it just pouring rain in Revelstoke and after consulting some locals on the current conditions I headed up to the Pass. Where is was SNOWING hard. Expectations were really low a hike in the woods was the only goal.

The coverage down low is brutal



But it got significantly better as you got up high with almost 3 feet of snow at 6500FT

I didn't end up taking to many pictures cause you couldn't see. Managed to save my bases a little with some serious creekaneering. Looking forward to 2 weeks in January based in Revy to really get after it. The next day the locals were hitting the high alpine stuff!



A few more pics and some video at Powdergangster.ca
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