Analysing terrain data
North Chute is is a double black bump run accessed by skiing Telluride Trail.
There are four different sections of the trail-the top section is accessed by See Forever, and is rarely open due to potential avalanche danger.
The next three sections are separated by Telluride Trail, so if you get tired you can bail out and ski this run.
The bumps on North Chute are usually pretty big and tend to not have great coverage, so there is a potential to hit rocks and trees that lie beneath the run.
North Chute also has the potential to be icy.
This run would be good for skiers well versed in bumps who are looking for an exciting run.