Snowshoe/tubing-Mt. Seymour January 8, 2021

The snowshoe/tubing trip looked to be in jeopardy as a serious car accident on the highway delayed students arrival on the mountain. However, everything worked out and students spent the day learning winter survival skills, while trekking through deep snow off the groomed snowshoe trails. Morning highlights included Karanveer spending more time in the snow than on it, and students digging snow caves to learn how to protect themselves against the elements. The afternoon saw students tube on a newly opened tube park, and enjoy a break in the clouds that resulted in a breathtaking sunset over the city.  Extreme Outdoor Education students (and anyone else who wants to) leave a 100 word response below.

2 thoughts on “Snowshoe/tubing-Mt. Seymour January 8, 2021

  1. Jot Toor

    I enjoyed this trip even though it was made clear to me that I didn’t dress properly I had just worn a Heavy hoodie and sweats and my yeezys and got roasted by a lot of people for it. My favourite part was falling out of the tube on tubing and rolling down the hill. I got to spend time with Brandon a friend who i haven’t talked to in person for a while. I also talked to people I’ve never met before so it was a fun trip throwing snow at one person I think her name was maddy. Yeah it was very fun and i’d recommend it to anyone who likes snow

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