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Winter Sports Club is one of the oldest branches of the DOC, and has changed more over the years than many of the other sub-clubs. These days, Winter Sports Club is the home to mountaineering, with a yearly attempt at Mt. Katahdin, ME every January,  and backcountry, tele and AT skiing, with the DOC Backcountry account. If you are a student looking for more information, or want to get on the BC ski list, please blitz "hypothermia"
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The '''Winter Sports Club''' is one of the oldest [[subclub]]s of the DOC, and has changed more over the years than many of the other subclubs. These days, Winter Sports Club is the home to mountaineering, with a yearly attempt at [[Mt. Katahdin]], ME every January,  and backcountry, tele and AT skiing, with the DOC Backcountry account. If you are a student looking for more information, or want to get on the BC ski list, please blitz "hypothermia".
  
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==Links==
 
For East Coast skiing stoke, check out [[New Hampshire AT]]
 
For East Coast skiing stoke, check out [[New Hampshire AT]]
  
Pictures from the 2008 Katahdin trip are up [http://pjb.smugmug.com/gallery/4205543_784Aq#245927523_ySv9h | here] thanks to Phil Bracikowski.
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For sweet snow pack info for the top of Mt. Washington check out [http://www.nohrsc.noaa.gov/interactive/html/graph.html?ey=2011&em=11&ed=27&eh=6&units=0&station=MWN NOAA's site]
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[https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ash1t14dhmHpdHkybk9ma2pOS201TkpvX0pmV1NFbHc 2011 Student Ski Resort Passes and Vehicles]
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-If you're a Dartmouth student trying to decide what ski pass (if any) to buy for this winter, check out this list, and add yourself to it! When you're looking for rides to the mountains, check the list for people to blitz.
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[[File:Katahdin_Summit.jpg‎|400px|thumb|left|Photo: Phil Bracikowski]]
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==Trip Reports==
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Pictures from the 2008 Katahdin trip are up [http://pjb.smugmug.com/gallery/4205543_784Aq#245927523_ySv9h here] thanks to Phil Bracikowski.
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Any WSC trips that go out, or any WSC members gone skiing or climbing should feel free to post trip reports here. To figure out how to post a trip report, contact the current WSC chairs at hypothermia@dartmouth.edu. Trip reports can help others plan future trips... get a feeling for conditions, hear about new terrain, and get stoked about getting out!
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Below is a link to a sample trip report. Any new reports should be posted below it:
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[[TR: 02/09/2012 Hiking and skiing on Mt. Washington]]
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[[TR: 02/09-02/10/2012 Winter Skills Workshop @ Tuckerman's Ravine, Mt. Washington]]
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[[TR: 2012 Quebec - Katahdin Spring Break Trip]]
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[[Category:Dartmouth Outing Club subclubs]]
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==Club Documents==
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-Educator's Winter Skills Workshop ([https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Ovy7ppKgqLzdXA18a38-aLQl8-s9UUGQPAZw5EbQ2sM/edit updated 11/29/2011])

Latest revision as of 16:17, 27 June 2012

The Winter Sports Club is one of the oldest subclubs of the DOC, and has changed more over the years than many of the other subclubs. These days, Winter Sports Club is the home to mountaineering, with a yearly attempt at Mt. Katahdin, ME every January, and backcountry, tele and AT skiing, with the DOC Backcountry account. If you are a student looking for more information, or want to get on the BC ski list, please blitz "hypothermia".

Links

For East Coast skiing stoke, check out New Hampshire AT

For sweet snow pack info for the top of Mt. Washington check out NOAA's site

2011 Student Ski Resort Passes and Vehicles -If you're a Dartmouth student trying to decide what ski pass (if any) to buy for this winter, check out this list, and add yourself to it! When you're looking for rides to the mountains, check the list for people to blitz.

File:Katahdin Summit.jpg‎
Photo: Phil Bracikowski

Trip Reports

Pictures from the 2008 Katahdin trip are up here thanks to Phil Bracikowski.

Any WSC trips that go out, or any WSC members gone skiing or climbing should feel free to post trip reports here. To figure out how to post a trip report, contact the current WSC chairs at hypothermia@dartmouth.edu. Trip reports can help others plan future trips... get a feeling for conditions, hear about new terrain, and get stoked about getting out! Below is a link to a sample trip report. Any new reports should be posted below it:

TR: 02/09/2012 Hiking and skiing on Mt. Washington

TR: 02/09-02/10/2012 Winter Skills Workshop @ Tuckerman's Ravine, Mt. Washington

TR: 2012 Quebec - Katahdin Spring Break Trip

Club Documents

-Educator's Winter Skills Workshop (updated 11/29/2011)