Best place to introduce newbies to tree skiing - mellow angles, short pitches and good spacing of trees

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The Stop At The Road Glades are the skier's left boundary of the Ripper Zone.

After coming down either Burn Down or the Ripper Connector, stay left along the ski area boundary fence that leads along a traverse through the top of the glades.

Pick your line from here, but beware the farther you go to the left the shorter your run will be.

The glades offer some of the best terrain on the mountain to teach and practice glad skiing in a non-intimidating forest.

The pitch is extremely gentle, there are only a few small cliffs, and there are many openings and nice lines.

Traversing left or right will get you to a groomed run, so escaping is easy.

Once you hit the groomed cat track after emerging from the trees, follow it right back to Burn Down and the Ripper Chair.

DO NOT CROSS THE ROAD AND EXIT THE SKI AREA BOUNDARY HERE - VERY DANGEROUS TERRAIN EXISTS BELOW THE FOREST YOU CAN SEE, HENCE THE NAME OF THE RUN.