A reader submitted video here, from Brad Zeerip, AKA BC Ski Junkie.
Skiing blue glacier ice in August in northern British Columbia… we love to see it!
Mount Thomlinson is a mountain in the Babine Range of the Skeena Mountains in northern British Columbia, Canada, located at the head of Thomlinson Creek, southeast of the junction of Babine River and Skeena River and north of Hazelton. It has a prominence of 5,449-feet, created by the Babine-Stuart Pass, thus making it one of Canada’s many Ultra peaks. Thomlinson is one of the most isolated mountains in Canada.
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