A number of chutes become skiable in the cliffs above Twin Lakes. Snow depth will determine which of these will work and which won’t but on big years there’s upwards of 8 different lines, depending on how rowdy you’re looking to get.
2904 - 3037 m | 0.2 km
One of the more technical lines on the mountain as it requires a number of precise, tight turns, sluff management and the ability to stomp a large air at the bottom.
2706 - 2750 m | 0.2 km
A few small-medium sized cliffs that are great to hit in a storm.
Hole in the Wall
2716 - 2879 m | 0.4 km
While not the most original name of the features listed here, Hole in the Wall is exactly that; a massive cave through the cliffs that lie above Twin Lakes.
2855 - 2886 m | 0.1 km
This is a super fun straight jump that is a sweet ender to the fun wind lips lining White Bark Ridge.
2880 - 3022 m | 0.3 km
Make no mistake, this is a steep, intimidating line that should probably be scoped before being skied.
2783 - 2804 m | 0.1 km
Small air made available by the building of Chair 20. Can be a fun hit after riding the Avy Chutes on your way to the bottom of Rollercoaster Express.
2833 - 2942 m | 0.5 km
There’s a number of different lines making their way down the fairly steep and stepped out terrain that makes The Bear so fun.
2917 - 2978 m | 0.2 km
Usually best as a hip this feature can also be great fun as a straight jump slightly further down the ridge.
3012 - 3124 m | 0.5 km
One of the more pleasurable drops on the hill. Landing is a little flat. Named after a Juicy Fruit commercial in the 1980’s.