A bumpy and steep shot which finishs in the base area.

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Description

Wayne Abbey is an offshoot of Al's Run.

It's an easier alternative to the steep bottom section of Al's Run and it holds snow better as well.

It has a pronounced gully section that can make skiers fight to keep their chosen line.

The run is named after a classic Taos regular who loved to ski Al's shirtless and in cut-offs.

When he wasn't skiing, he would work on his tan in the base area.