Though it is the South Wall it is a north facing run.


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South Wall, this part of the mountain rarely sees sun! Later in the season March and April you can ski this in the early morning sun, but most of the time this area sees little light, keeping the snow conditions fairly consistent throughout the year.

If it is a low snow year there can be bumps, but very small.

If a wind event comes through this area can have the best fun fast steep skiing! Super fun area on a powder day as well! However, can be difficult to get there if the traverse is covered.

There are times after rout it is good to watch for large avy debris at the bottom of the run, if hit can be very damaging and they are difficult to see during flat light.