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Trapline Mountain

Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by Bipolar, Jun 11, 2020.

  1. Bipolar

    Bipolar Well-Known Member

    A couple years back it was a blazing hot July day I decided to drive up Trapline Mountain where it was a lot cooler. There is a microwave and VHF repeater on the mountain top so the road is somewhat maintained.
    The road up is steep and narrow.
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    A couple waterfalls along the way.
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    Looking back towards home. We are at around 1600 metres altitude.
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    The mountain across the valley
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    Another mountain peak close by.
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    An alpine lake. There is still lots of snow up here.
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    The road back down. The sticks on the side of the road are twenty feet tall. they are there so the Sno-cat operator knows where the road is in the winter.
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  2. PeteRob

    PeteRob Well-Known Member

    Thanks for posting! Nice to see the country. Looks like you gave the car for it. I remember being in the company car-park in Montreal and the pick-ups were enormous, bonnet (hood) more or less at my shoulder height.
     
  3. Learning

    Learning Ethelred the Ill-Named

    Nice that you could heat your dinner on the summit, and thanks for setting up the bad joke for someone like me. It puts our little mountain ridges into perspective.
     

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