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Rollins Ridge is a short, intermediate-level ungroomed tree run that takes skiers and riders through a glade just north of Bellmar Bowl at the top of Mary Jane Mountain.
This is a great run on a pow day! This run was named after Rollins Pass where the railroad used to go over the Continental Divide before the tunnel was completed in 1922.
The Rollins Pass route was dangerous in the winter months due to avalanches and heavy snow drifts.