Peak(s):  Mount MacFarlane - 6867
Mount Pierce - 6381
Date Posted:  10/24/2018
Date Climbed:   10/14/2018
Author:  goingup
 I live in Canada Now  

Oh hey party people! I figured I would drop in here every once and a while and post a trip report from Canada. I am working on a new list now....climb every mountain in Canada.

I moved to Vancouver for graduate school, so I will be Canadian for a few years, so, plenty of time to climb every single mountain in Canada.

Clickity click the link if you are sick of Colorado 14ers.

http://adventuresofthepint.com/mount-macfarlane-and-mount-pierce/




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 Comments or Questions
Stratosfearsome

Going Up North
10/24/2018 20:10
could also have been a good title. Thanks for sharing, it looks gorgeous up there.


Tornadoman

Great!
10/26/2018 08:33
Looks spectacular! Glad to see you are getting after the mountain thing up there. The guide book quality up there sounds 'interesting'.


BostonBD

Oh Canada!
10/26/2018 08:35
Another well written, entertaining and well captured trip report. Long overdue I might add. Only 286 more left to summit. You got this! LOL


youngk2844

Nice!
10/27/2018 00:05
Great photos and fun write up. Love the Canadian Rockies. Have you been up Assiniboine yet?


Jay521

Love it...
10/27/2018 10:33
... as always.


sunny1

Excellent
10/28/2018 15:00
Photos & TR.
I've never been to that area of Canada, must go!
Thanks for posting.


goingup

youngk2844
10/28/2018 20:26
I actually do not live in the Canadian Rockies, I am in North Vancouver, so I am really close to Squamish, Whistler, Pemberton, Chilliwack etc.. but def hoping to get into the Canadian Rockies this summer!


goingup

sunny1
10/28/2018 20:28
I had never been here before either. The first time I ever saw this place, I started living here. I love it


goingup

BostonBD
10/28/2018 20:29
Ya, I have been shite at writing trip reports. I actually started keeping a hand written "mountain journal" so I can keep track of all the peaks I climb here. I will try and write a TR here and there.


FireOnTheMountain

keep the stoke rollin
10/30/2018 10:06
I'm always down to hear what ya up to Kay. Especially when it involves pedaling and/or rock


pmccumber

Congrats
02/27/2019 13:16
And freaking BOO!

I've basically read your trip reports and planned my trips. Wetterhorn Basin got me hooked on goingup's fantastic photography and vibe (that really set the bar). I've been back there now three times. Lindsey, Meeker Ridge, San Luis/Organ, all after reading your TRs. And tomorrow I'm gonna hover over the reservation site and get a backcountry site so I can do Isolation (I need two days because I'm ... old).

Anyway, I really appreciate all the TRs. I send them to my friends frequently. You're missed around here.

Paul


CORed
Language Barrier
02/28/2019 14:57
Apparently you are not aware that left and right in Canadian mean the opposite of what they do in American.

I just made that up but it might account for your problems with the guide boods.



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