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The Kid

Average Rating = 3.25/5 The Kid

Mount Athabasca Approach over blackend summer ice as a result of the relentless wind depositing fine moriane on the glacier, in your eyes, ears, nose, and even your mouth. However.. you can wash the black grit down with a couple of cheeseburgers and a coke at the Saskatchewan River Crossing for a mere $27.00
Submitted by: skinner on 2006-08-13
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Not formed yet !

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Not formed yet !

Just looking.. The ice on the pool wasn't even thick enough to stand on yet.
Submitted by: young_gun on 2005-11-02
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Descending Mt.Andomeda

Average Rating = 3.62/5 Descending Mt.Andomeda

This was an amazing day out on the Columbia Icefields in late April 2005. We skiied up the Athabasca Glacier and then went for the Col between the 11 319 foot Mt. Andromeda and Un-named Peak which is almost and 11 000 footer. We left our skis at the Col and booted up the Southwest Ridge of Andromeda. This place is amazing in good weather, but frustrating in bad weather- lots of thick white-outs.
Submitted by: tigershark14 on 2005-05-07
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A2 - Columbia Icefields, Alberta

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Travelling on Boundry Glacier, to reach our objective, A2 - a subpeak of Mt Athabasca in the Columbia Icefields.
Submitted by: rock_rookie on 2005-01-04
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Summit of A2, Columbia Icefields

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We are having a well-deserved lunch on the summit of A2. If you look closely, you can see the ninja turtle figurine, stuck in the rock just behind my head. What a stellar day this was!
Submitted by: rock_rookie on 2005-01-04
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Descending from A2

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Here are the stragglers - the ones who chose to WALK down, rather than glissade. You can see the path left by the kamakazis who were completely soaking wet by the time they reached the moraine.
Submitted by: rock_rookie on 2005-01-04
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Looking Like A Dirt Pile.

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Looking Like A Dirt Pile.

The Skyladder route on Mt Andromeda seems to be melting and is turning into a dirt pile.Another classic is disappearing.
Submitted by: metis on 2004-08-30
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Sunrise on Snowdome

Average Rating = 2.75/5 Sunrise on Snowdome

Taken from the A-A col looking out over the Athabasca Glacier. It's about 6:00 AM and the view was heart-stopping!
Submitted by: stickit on 2004-06-09
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Middle of the avalanche

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Middle of the avalanche

Neil Kavaje in 1993 climbing up the SE Face of Mt.Diadem. Here an small avalanche broke from the cornice above and came crashing down the ice tube we were in, we decided to back onto the ice face normal and within 3 minutes, a large avalanche came down wiping the tube full and clean!
Submitted by: gerglenroc on 2003-04-24
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Walking up Athabasca

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Walking up Athabasca

My buddy Darron and I heading up Mt. Athabasca. The clouds in the distance moved in quickly and we descended in total whiteout with only 20' of visibility.
Submitted by: bradhill on 2002-11-27
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athabasca

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climbing athabasca
Submitted by: Justin20 on 2011-01-28
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