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Mount Revelstoke National Park of Canada

Avalanche Terrain Ratings

for backcountry touring in the Mountain National Parks

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AVALANCHE TERRAIN RATINGS brochure cover Printable Version
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Banff National Park

Boom Lake
Bow hut to Balfour hut via St. Nicholas/Olive col
Bow Summit area
Castlegard Mt.
Cirque Peak
Crowfoot Pass
Diablaret glacier
Egypt Lake via Healy Pass
Elk Lake Summit
Forty Mile Creek
Fossil Mountain loop
Gibbon Pass
Haiduk Lake via Shadow Lake
Hidden Bowl region
Hilda Ridge
Katherine/Helen Lake circuit
Mosquito Creek to Molar Meadows
Mt. Gordon (YNP)
Mt. Olive
Mt. Rhonda S from huts
Mt. Thompson
Observation Subpeaks
Packers Pass
Paradise Valley
Parker Ridge
Peyto hut to Bow hut
Saskatchewan glacier
Skiing Louise backcountry accessed from ski area
Skoki Mountain loop
Sunshine to Healy Creek
Sunshine Village backcountry accessed from ski area

Jasper National Park

Amethyst Lakes/Moat Lake
Athabasca Glacier to first icefall
Bald Hills area
Fraser Glacier
Fryatt Creek
Little Shovel Pass
Maligne Pass
Marmot Basin backcountry accessed from ski area
Shangri-La past Snowbowl
Skyline Trail
The Brazeau Icefield
Tonquin Valley via Astoria River
Tonquin Valley via Maccarib Pass
Whistlers Creek
Wilcox Pass

Kootenay National Park

No Class 2 trips have been rated.

Yoho National Park

Amiskwi Fire Road
Kiwetinok Pass
McArthur Pass
Odaray Plateau
Opabin Plateau
Ottertail Valley Fire Road

Glacier National Park

Avalanche Crest - to treeline
Cheops Glades
Flat Creek
Grizzly Shoulder
Hermit Meadows
McGill Shoulder
Sifton Col
The Hourglass

Mt. Revelstoke National Park

Balsam Lake to Eva & Miller Lakes
Balsam Lake to Mt Revelstoke Summit
Lindmark Trail above Parkway Intersection
Summit Trail above 8 Mile Crossing
Woolsey Creek Road

Waterton Lakes National Park

Akamina Pass to Wall Lake
Bertha Lake
Forum Ridge
Summit Knob to Cameron Lake
Summit Lake

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