About the site

Posted: March 29, 2014 in News

My trip reports are written in the form of journal or diary and the main motivation is to document in details of what I myself have been doing in the mountains. I’m not intending to write an online guidebook to say what “you” should do, although some route descriptions can be easily inferred. WordPress provides such an easy platform. It allows folks with limited HTML knowledge to design and construct their own websites.

Disclaimer:

The mountain conditions change from day to day and climber’s skills and endurance vary from individual to individual. What I’ve successfully completed may not be suitable for another individual on another day. Not all decisions of mine are necessarily the safest and I need NOT have to explain in my trip reports. Be honest to your own desire and be sure to apply your own knowledge and know your own limitations. Here I take no responsibility of inaccuracy in the descriptions nor the unsafe practices of mine if you run into trouble using my trip reports as references.

About Me

Posted: March 3, 2013 in News

Steven Song

Born in China in 1993.

Immigrated to Canada in 2008.

Lived in Vancouver 2008-2011, then Edmonton 2011-2015, and now back to Vancouver.

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This is me climbing on Mt. King George. Photo courtesy: Vern Dewit

It was actually my mom who introduced me into hiking and associated outdoor activities when I was still a child. I got my first digital camera when I was 12. In the same year mom took me up Hua Shan which is my first summit. I just graduated from chemical engineering in University of Alberta. Having ascended more than 400 peaks in the Canadian Rockies with experience from easy hiking to multi-day mountaineering, now I’m moving back to the Lower Mainland of BC, excited to explore the Coast Mountain and the North Cascades.

Contact me via email: icyicefield@hotmail.com