Saturday, April  4, 2020
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Jasper NP / Columbia Icefield Locator
This overview map shows where our course was held. The Columbia Icefield is located very near the border between Jasper NP and Banff NP. [enlarge]
Overview Topographic Map
This topographic map shows how we spent each day of our long weekend. Day 0 was spent on the Parker Ridge Hike; Day 1 was on the Athabasca Glacier doing Cramponing + Crevasse Rescue; Day 2 was spent [mostly] doing ice climbing; Day 3 was the Athabasca climb day. [enlarge]
Tracking our Ascent
This map shows the actual GPS data log of our ascent. Each blue tick mark (and text) represents our location after each hour of elapsed time from the start. [enlarge]
Tracking our Descent
This map shows the actual GPS data log of our descent, starting from when we left the summit. Each blue tick mark (and text) represents our location after each hour of elapsed time from the start of the descent. [enlarge]
Graph - Ascent over distance
This graph shows the steepness of our ascent (over distance). [enlarge]
Graph - Ascent over time
This graph shows our height progress over time. Most of the flat spots indicate rest breaks. [enlarge]
Graph - Entire climb over time
This graph shows our height progress over time, from start to summit and back again. Most of the flat spots indicate rest breaks. Note how much faster we came down (almost exactly 2x faster). [enlarge]
Graph - Descent over distance
This graph shows the steepness of our descent (over distance). [enlarge]
Graph - Descent over time
This graph shows our height progress over time. Most of the flat spots indicate rest breaks. [enlarge]
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