Analysing terrain data
Grahamster's is a 630 vertical foot, 37 - 44 degree shot off the top of 'Heart Attack Hill,' the steepest climb in route to the summit of Highland Peak.
Grahamster's drops just to the right of the flat section at the top of your climb, descending through a series of small trees and bordered by a ridge of bigger pines on the skier's left.
A the aspect is east/south east, this means that snow is generally sun-baked during warm high pressures.
This is not optimal when skiing steep moguls.
However, if you find this on a powder day it can offer an incredible fall line run with less hiking time then going straight to the summit of Highland Peak.