In spring 1997 the two of us along with Anne and Doug (who are not a couple) did a fun ski traverse near our home in Vancouver. As far as we know, the route we did is seldom done although it’s straightforward and scenic.
This was a “no drama” trip except for the two times we used the GPS for navigation. This was our first trip using a GPS which was relatively new technology at the time. The first time we used the GPS was navigating across a glacier in fog. At one point we didn’t believe the GPS and decided to follow our instincts instead. Needless to say we should have followed the GPS. No harm done except for losing an hour. The second time was right at the end of the trip when we were traveling through thick forest to get to our cars. We learned that GPS does not work in thick forest.
Aside from our little incidents with the GPS we had fun trip which we highly recommend to others.
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