MEDIA RELEASE: Video Recorded & Photographed. TERRAIN: Rocky Snow Trail with some Elevation. DIFFICULTY: Intermediate.
REQUIRED: 4-RSVPs; Park Pass; Water (insulated). RECOMMENDED: Base layers (tee-shirt; long-sleeve shirt; long johns); Snacks; Whistle; Hiking poles; Mid-hike shirt/socks; Change of shirt/jacket for ride home.
We meet at Tim Horton's (1521 Dugald Rd) around 10:15 AM, drive at 10:30 AM, and hike at 12 PM to or from McGillivary Falls depending on trail option the group chooses.
POINTS OF INTEREST: This particular type of drainage system controlling factor in this pattern is the erosion-resistant bedrock of the area. The pattern is known as deranged drainage and indicates the earlier activity of glaciers. This stream is relatively young in terms of geological time, and that this is a primitive drainage system. After many thousands of years, this waterfall will erode down to a smooth channel.
Participants will be required to fill out an application and media release prior to participating in the event at the meet-up location. Application form is provided at the event, or you may fill it out and print it prior to your arrival: https://outdooradventure.org/registration