Steve does a lot of hiking, skiing, biking and photography in British Columbia and beyond. https://www.facebook.com/stevenjonesmountainphotography/
Thanks for writing this because it is important that map users understand the data on the maps they are using. In your Mt Harvey examples, a map user should be able to interpret the topographic base data to distinguish a hiking route from a climbing route — that more basic map reading skill is something we should attempt to teach everyone!
Great write-up, Steve. Mike C and I had a good back-and-forth on Twitter after this summer’s Lions Bay rescue on Mt. Harvey’s North Ramp brought the issue to light. See the chain here: https://twitter.com/RyanMorasiewicz/status/1014989495513550853
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