ACC YEG Trip Schedule [Updated December 2017]
Please enter the details of your trip here.
Please note that this is not your name, but the name of the trip as you would like it to appear on the trips schedule. Some examples would be "Jasper Rock Climbing", "Brazeau Loop Backpack", "Parkway Ice Climbs" or "Wapta Traverse".
Trip Start Date
Please choose the first date that the trip indeed will start on. For example, weekend trips should list the Saturday as the start date, even though the group may drive to the trip area on Friday evening.
Trip Finish Date
Please choose your anticipated end date for the trip.
Maximum # of People Including Leaders
This is the maximum number of people that you are willing to accept in your party. If, after receiving interest, and perhaps finding another trip coordinator, you would like to increase this number, contact the Safety Chair at
Type of Trip
For climbing or mountaineering only. Please use either the National Climbing Classification System, or French Alpine System to grade the commitment level of your chosen climb (if applicable). These grades are often published in climbing guidebooks, and descriptions of them can also be found here:
. In the Rockies, different guidebooks use different grading systems. Books such as Selected Alpine Climbs and The 11,000ers use the NCCS system, while David Jones uses the French Alpine System in his latest books on the Rockies.
F Easy (Facile)
PD Little Difficulty (Peu Difficile)
AD Fairly Difficult (Assez Difficile)
D Difficult (Difficile)
TD Very Difficult (Tres Difficile)
This is the Yosemite Decimal System grade for the hardest climbing you anticipate doing.
5.12 and Harder
WI Grade (If applicable)
This is the hardest waterfall ice grade that you plan to climb on the trip. See
Hiking Distance / day
Please roughly estimate the skiing difficulty that will be encountered on the trip. Picture a skier of the below abilities on a ski hill, and try to picture what ability level your participants should be at to safely complete the trip. The below difficulties are taken from the common ski hill grading system with a Green Circle being the easiest, and Double Black Diamonds being the hardest.
Participant Experience Level
Please specify what level of experience that you would like your participants to have. This will appear on the trips schedule, and allows members to self-select into appropriate trips. Advanced trips are generally viewed as being a group of peers making decisions together, while novice trips are closer to a guiding scenario where trip coordinators make the majority of decisions. Coordinators of novice trips should be prepared to provide some instruction as required by the participants. Intermediate trips, of course, lie somewhere in between. Choose the appropriate level of experience that you would like your participants to have, based on the level of leadership you are comfortable providing.
Novice with no experience
Novice with prior experience
Please rate the physical difficulty of your trip.
Nil (~100 m vertical / day, short approach, etc)
Low (~500 vertical / day, 1-2 hours approach, etc)
Medium (~1000 m vertical / day, 4 hours travel)
High (1500 m or more / day, 8 hours travel)
Front-Country (car) Camping
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