Warspite Cirque Snowshoeing Log
A track of all my snowshoeing trips to Warspite Cirque

This is one of a few trips I repeat many times, so all trips are logged here, as many do not need their own full page.


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Distance - 4.5km
Elevation Gain - 125m


Warspite Cirque is the cirque in which is found Warspite Lake, at the end of the Black Prince Loop. (Also known as the Black Prince Trail.)
It's a fairly easy snowshoe trip, with a good bit of elevation gain for its distance, much of which is gained in one big hill.
There is a lot of terrain beyond the lake, but it gets into avalanche territory and is not for the beginning snowshoer.
The lake itself is safe to walk on, as it is seasonal and dries up completely by the end of the summer - so it's really just a lakebed.
I've never managed to see the sun at Warspite Lake, unfortunately. It's in everyone else's trip photos, but never mind..




List of Snowshoe Trips


December 27, 2008

Took my parents up snowshoeing on a low-snow Christmas trip. Cloudy.
Full trip report


November 29, 2009

Work trip on a snowy day day.
No camera, so only a couple poor cell phone photos.


February 15, 2010

Work trip.
I have no photos of this trip.


December 11, 2010

Work trip.
No photos of this one.


January 14, 2012

Work trip on an insanely snowy day.
Full trip report


February 7, 2015

A trip scheduled for Sawmill Loop, but redirected to the Black Prince trail due to ridiculous volumes of snow on the 742 that made travel difficult, and parking impossible.
There were several avalanches up high, and we got a good look at one in the upper peak above the glades (thankfully, not where the skiers go).
4.93km, 1:46 moving, 1:14 stopped

Snowy trail, snowy trees, near the cirque

The trail opens into the cirque

Climbing up on the snowy rockpiles.

Crossing the ice bridge by the parking lot.



Photos taken by Rachel


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