Neo and I had a blast crossing creeks and very shortly into the route hitting the snow line.
I was lucky enough to run into the one Kootenay team doing the race- The Kootenay Kaos. For 3 of them it was their first adventure race and being an expedition style race, meaning non stop for 7 days, they had a monumental goal to take on. They had just finished the "Crux" of the race and could smell the finish line 48 hours or so away. In great spirits and great navigation, they seamed to be having an amazing adventure. I am super proud how they are moving through this amazingly challenging course.
Climbing the knife ridge of the Lucifer Pass
Team Kootenay Kaos heading down from Gwillim Lakes through Drinnon Pass.
Hard to believe it's almost August !
Looking down Lucifer Pass north towards Evans lake
A great run/hike that I highly recommend for it's dramatic beauty. Probably the 3rd week of August with the snow gone and the wild flowers out would be the best time...
...Well I hope the weather holds as I am running the Earl Grey Pass this weekend with a friend from Vancouver. I've been looking forward to this run all year so I am now filled with nervous excitement being my first real "adventure" run.