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Paul_Russell
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Sorcerer Lake Lodge
« on: 06/30/03, 04:14 PM »

Has anyone been to the Sorcerer Lake Lodge recently and have comments?  I'm considering it for a hut trip next winter in February.  The terrain looks great.  Had been wanting to go to the Sentry Mtn Lodge, but its mostly full already.

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Re: Sorcerer Lake Lodge
« Reply #1 on: 07/01/03, 05:10 PM »

I've been on week-long trips to Sorcerer twice. mid March 2000 and late March 1999. IMHO accomodations are average for a commercial Canadian hut and terrain is above average. See http://www.sorcererlodge.com/ The Perfect and Nordic Glaciers are the highlights. I would recommend you go after heli-skiing operations close for the season because of the noise and the fact that they share the terrain (Sharing means they run a line of stakes down the Perfect Glacier and the self-propelled get the off-camber, inferior side.)
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Re: Sorcerer Lake Lodge
« Reply #2 on: 07/02/03, 03:15 PM »

Thanks for info Brent.  I wouldn't have thought about the heli operations there and will probably change my plans.
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