Mountain Weather is subject to rapid change - summer and winter
In the summer, weather is typical of the Rocky Mountains. We can get hot bathing suit days where all you’ll want to do is cool off in the mountain streams and swim in the mountain lakes. We can also have cool rainy mountain weather so don’t forget the rain gear!
No matter what the weather, we recommend you carry extra layers in case the weather changes or you encounter any type of emergency situation.
Groups are responsible for ensuring that everyone in their group is properly equipped with appropriate outdoor clothing and gear, including but not limited to, winter equipment; skins, avalanche beacons, shovels & probes.
If groups wish to use radios in the field they must supply their own.
In winter please check avalanche conditions at: http://www.avalanche.ca/