Analysing terrain data
G-1 is roughly 400-500 vertical feet of gladed run in north facing trees on the far left side of the High Bowl.
This line, located just uphill from the ski area boundary, has an average pitch of 36 degrees with its steepest section being 43 degrees.
This run is steeper than G-0 and the trees are tighter, so proceed with caution.
Due to its location, a long traverse from the 12,392 foot summit of Highland Peak, most skiers generally do not ski here, and powder stashes can be found days after storms.
To access this glade known to some as 'Seattle Trees,' head skier's right along the boundary line from the summit of Highland Peak.
Navigate the rolling terrain that can be bumpy depending on snow conditions and weather.
The snow is usually cold, chalky, and wintery all year due to the high-elevation of the bowl, but be aware of rocks and unmarked obstacles as you continue your 1,200 vertical foot traverse/ski along the boundary.
Drop skier's left into the trees and as you ski fall line, keep your eyes out for opportunities for bigger turns in any more open areas on your descent.
The starting elevation for this line is 11,195 feet.