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BREWSTER CREEK - WELL BEYOND FATIGUE PASS JUNCTION

Report Submitted by DEMOCRATIZE AB
(trip) Date: Sunday Jan 02, 2022

Submitted: Monday Jan 03, 2022 at 00:47




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Discussion:

The Healy Creek trail is trackset and in excellent condition. Moderate snow speed and Swix polar wax worked well. The trail head parking lot was full of downhill skier cars and Sunshine Ski Area vehicles.

The Brewster Creek trail was in Excellent skier tracked condition up to the twin bridges. Moderate snow speed. From the bridges I re-broke trail to well beyond Sundance Lodge. My Swix polar wax was not very grippy on this trail. There are about 5 trees on the trail that require a hop over or around. It would take about 1 hour for a chain sawer to hack the trees down to make way for a tracksetting snowmobile. I am stunned that Parks Canada has not trackset Brewster Creek Trail when there is so much snow.

I took the horse/ backpacking trail short cut on the ski up. It is in good to excellent condition for climbing up only. I hit 2 rocks while side stepping the trail on the hills to better the trail. With 5 cm of good wet new snow, the trail will be in very good to excellent shape for climbing up.

At Sundance Lodge it was -12C in the late afternoon. At night it was about -11.5 C with light snow.

The trail beyond Sundance Lodge is generally in excellent condition. I was surprised how much new snow was in my old ski tracks from a couple of weeks back or so. Ski penetration was a little over the ankles. Snow speed
re-breaking trail was somewhat slow to moderate speed. I skied roughly about 2 km beyond the Fatigue Pass Junction.




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