A steep chute with trees and rocks that narrows at the bottom.

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Bernard, named after the classic hotel at the base area, is the last chute before a rope that the patrol uses to close the chutes beyond it when the snow is thin.

The top is a wide glade.

It tightens at the bottom half, but if you’re able to ski the West Basin, you won’t find it overly difficult.