Links

Writing trip reports and processing photos can take a lot of time and I have to give lots of credit to these guys. My inspiration comes from them and in fact, most of my climbing partners are web authors as well. Below are the websites that I regular use as a reference. There’re many more great sites and I’m not listing them all.

SW BC (Coast Mountains):

 

Washington:

 

Interior BC:

 

Canadian Rockies:

Comments
  1. dan says:

    awesome site – great beta amigo – thank you!! keep tappin those summits – inspired!

  2. Marina Striker says:

    Awesome trail reports! Very muchly enjoying all the info and pics on the various hikes and summits!

  3. Emilie says:

    I just discovered your blog, amazing treks! What brand of snowshoes do you use? Do you have different pairs for flat vs. steep terrain? Do you carry avalanche gear – if yes, what do you carry?

    • Steven Song says:

      Thanks.
      Re snowshoes: I’ve one pair of Lightning Ascents 25′ and another pair of Lightning Ascents 30′. The 30′ are essential in the deep winter powder but in spring or fall I use the 25′. They are the best brand and awesome for the steeps. I’ve once worn snowshoes straight up the North Face of Mt. Joffre for a good measure.
      Re avalanche gear:
      If I go out with folks who also have gears then sure, just the standard package (PIEPS beacon, probe and shovel). I don’t have the airbag. If I go solo then I don’t carry any fancy gears, just light and fast. Judge the terrain and make decisions so you don’t start an avalanche at the first place.

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