Hangman’s Hollow is called as such due to its treacherous nature and the high percentage of skiers that get them hung up on its rock face.

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Hangman’s Hollow is called as such due to its treacherous nature and the high percentage of skiers that get them hung up on its rock face.

Peppered with shark teeth on a steep descent into Cornice Bowl, Hangman’s is neither for the faint of heart nor for any beginner to consider.

Those that attempt to take on the stubborn line will find technical pitches and an array of rock outcroppings to negotiate and, in certain ideal conditions, send it from.

A badge of honor for die-hards, checking off Hangman’s is on the bucket list of big egos.