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Dropping in from the skiers left hand side of "Lower Olympic," head into the trees to access "Why" a short 240 vertical foot run of trees and more open steeps in the Olympic Bowl area of Aspen Highlands.
The trees of "Why" start out well spaced, giving the skier the freedom to choose his line.
As the run quickly descends, with views of the famed Maroon Bells and Pyramid Peak, all over 14,000 feet, the run opens up for a series of faster, more wide open turns.
This area can have significant moguls, so try to time it with a good storm!