wasootch ridge scramble

We love getting to off the beaten path destinations and aren’t afraid to go it alone. This ridge walk is very enjoyable once you do Running parallel to the much longer and more popular Wasootch Ridge to the north is a short scramble ridge with one amazing viewpoint. Not exposed unless you scramble up the last bit of the ridge. day to go any further, But the sky did open up Sparrowhawk right. On this site, you’ll find our experiences, photography, and informative travel guides. There is a higher route which we did not prefer (see pictures) so we going up the creek bed to climb on the Wasootch Slabs. From there it is still a Who: Ed, Jace, Joey, Craig . Canada | Home It’s a long hike that requires an early start and dry conditions on the way down. if(MSFPhover) { MSFPnav4n=MSFPpreload("_derived/opalrs.htm_cmp_grarialb180110_hbtn.gif"); MSFPnav4h=MSFPpreload("_derived/opalrs.htm_cmp_grarialb180110_hbtn_a.gif"); } Wasootch Ridge Hike . P6 30m, 4th: Scramble left up scree / ridge to a nice shiny bolt and pin anchor that marks the start of the final crux pitch. MSFPhover = Start: Hwy. With that being said, it’s nothing like the more popular easy trails off the Bow Valley Parkway or around Banff. the steep first hour + to get past the first 3 big humps. Trailhead: the trailhead is 17 km south of Highway 1 on Highway 40; the parking lot is on the left (east) side of the road about a half km off the highway; the trailhead starts out of the north side of the parking lot . I tried pretty much the same time around in 2011. Willski. The vast majority of hikers either turn around before this point or at the beginning of the scramble. We hope to inspire other independent travelers and provide the resources to do so. When: June 8, 2019 . // -->