Thunderbird Stone-Rudy ReimerFirst Recorded Ascent of Mount Seymour-Charles ChapmanEarly Vancouver’s Mountaineering Leader-Tom FylesSolving the Puzzle of Mystery Mountain-Don and Phyllis MundayI’d Love to Live Those Years All Over Again-Howard RodeNow That’s Ingenuity-Fred WilliamsThe Climber’s Guide to the Coastal Ranges-Dick CulbertAdventure Implies an Element of Risk-Glenn WoodsworthThe Avalanche and the Porridge Pot-Alice PurdeyFor the Want of a Down Jacket-Martin and Esther Kafer
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Photo of Howard Rode. Courtesy Howard Rode.

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Howard Rode

Whistler locals will point out Howard Rode – at 89 he still puts in many days on the slopes, the oldest skier on the mountain. Howard has loved the mountains all his life. During the 1940s, he built his own cabin on Mount Seymour, felling trees and trimming logs. Later, he joined Alpine Club members at their cabin on weekends replete with hiking, skiing and social get-togethers – memorable days that he would love to live again.

A video about one skier’s adventures on Mount Seymour.Video 18 MB / 3:38 min
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