A day tour is proposed to Crimson Lake (near Rocky Mountain House) on Saturday 28 February 2015, leaving Red Deer at about 10am. Please call (403 340 0050) Richard Townell or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to go. We may be able to car pool.
George, Margo, Dave, Ivan and Dion got together for visiting and updating on Friday night. On Saturday the day started with poor road conditions, noting of a couple of accidents and congested traffic making the beginning of the day a bit worrisome. The group was the first on the trail with a couple cm of new snow at trailhead making for nice uphill ski on warm sunny day. The uphill trip was interrupted only by the noise from Sunshine’s frequent avalanche control activities. Lunch was in sunny meadow with gentle warm breeze keeping temperatures perfect.
Yoyo Ski Trip January 10th and 11th
Rampart Creek Hostel
Parkland Ski Club Meets its Match in the Mountains
At varying times Friday, January 9th, thirteen members of Parkland Ski Club met at Rampart Hostel, sharing travel stories and enjoying late dinners. So interesting to observe the varieties of chili! Maybe next year a “Chili cook off?”
January 30,2015[Friday]. Join us for a Moonlight ski from Great Chief Park or walk around Bower ponds area depending on weather, meet near picnic shelter at 5:30 pm sharp to ski. A potluck supper/social to follow at about 7-7:30 pm .BYOB if you desired, chili [meat & vegetarian] tea ,coffee and juice supplied. Headlamp optional. Max of 20 participants .
Please confirm attendance and item for potluck if attending by calling coordinator , Linda Dickin at 403-342-1913 or e-mail at email@example.com
In mid March, 12 Parkland members set off for Canmore to begin a beautiful week of skiing at Talus Lodge. We gathered from Red Deer, Lacombe, Edmonton and Rimbey – some old friends, some new – all happily ensconced on a Thursday night in the ACC Bell Cabin high on the hill above Canmore. The night was spent in prep for some, relaxing for others – all of us beginning the process of gelling as a group.