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This is an incredibly fun way to get down the lower mountain on a powder day.

This run has a great airy cat track that sends you rocketing into a field of moguls below.

However, for a black diamond, it's not very steep, and you can easily ski over all the small moguls as you make your way down the wide expanse, carving your GS turns.

This north facing run usually has great chalky snow, even when it hasn't snowed in weeks, and it also has a few fun rocks that can be launched.

Because it is the lower mountain and in recent years the storms have been more elevation dependent, don't expect amazing coverage on this run.