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2023 – Community Event – Ski and Splitboarding outing – BC

2023 – Community Event – Ski and Splitboarding outing – BC

 // 23 February 2023

PSSST: to register to BC community event, you must be an adventurous, or daring member

Presented by:

the north face outdoor

Please be aware that this is a non-coached event. The goal of this activity is to facilitate meeting new riding buddies and have fun in the mountains with other women. By registering for this event, you understand that safety is the responsibility of each participant.

Skills Sharing Nights Series-February

Red heather social tour

Join Les Chevres for a friendly twilight skin up Red Heather Hut. The perfect occasion to meet touring partners, get some fresh air and have fun on snow under the stars.

Make sure to bring your headlamp and be comfortable skiing or riding in the dark.

This event is for those who already have experience in ski touring. Participants are asked to comfortably know how to transition and be comfortable going down at night, with a headlamp. There will be no initiation.


Exertion Level:

  • Light-medium (~1+ hours of hiking with a backpack)
  • The ability to get to the Red Heather Trailhead (chains are required). We will try to arrange carpooling if this is not an option.

** If the weather or snow conditions are not safe, the session will be postponed.


Disclaimer: This is not a coached or guided tour. This event is facilitated by experienced and passionate backcountry recreationnalists. 

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1 place - 2023 - Skills sharing - Friendly touring night - BC
$ 0.00
6 available
Red Heather Hut
Squamish, + Google Map

Diamond Head Chain up area parking on the Mamquam Forest Service Road

5:30pm: Meeting and carpooling

6pm: Start of uphill skinning (arrive ready to go!)

8pm: End

  • Headlamp
  • Helmet
  • Thermos or reusable cup
  • Ski or board boots
  • Skis or splitboard, specialized bindings for ski touring and climbing skins
  • Poles
  • Avalanche safety equipment (beacon, probe, shovel)
  • Hiking backpack
  • Water
  • Snacks


  • Hiking/skiing socks
  • Fleece and warm insulating clothing – think multi-layered
  • Winter coat/down jacket
  • Softshell windbreaker
  • Baselayers, top and bottom
  • Clear ski goggles
  • 2 hats/toques (one for the ascent, one for the descent)
  • 2 pairs of mittens (one for the ascent, one for the descent)
Camille-Alexie Chalifoux Camille-Alexie Chalifoux BC coordinator
Gabrielle Racine Gabrielle Racine Coordonnatrice Colombie-Britannique \\ BC coordinator

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The North Face
Protect our winters Canada
Aventure Écotourisme Québec