Well, I've only been towed behind a sled twice, and that was one of them. It was between 0F and -10F all day. 40' rope behind a sled through hairpins is unnerving. The sleds were dropped at the normal trail head (i.e. where cars can goto in the summer). They gained as 2 miles and around 1500 vertical. From there it was a full hour to the top of Rock of Ages Pass, another mile and 2300 vertical. If you just want to ski in Silver Pick Basin, sled is not required, probably 2-3 hour approach. Road goes the whole into the Basin as there used to be a mine up there, so no route finding.Pinner said:Your experience naturally!
I'm not familiar with much of the bc in that area, and I'm dying to explore it.