A quick black run that is one of the steepest trails at Copper.

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Indian Ridge is one of the steepest trails at Copper and can be a great, quick shot to test ones skills before going up the Sierra lift.

Facing southeast, it gets lots of sun so there can be a variety of conditions.

If you can make more than 20 turns down this short pitch, I’d be amazed.

I like to straight run it down the gut with no turns if the conditions are right.

This can be really bad early morning on a freeze/thaw cycle spring day, but by noon this will be great.

Test your friends here that think they can ski or ride anything on the mountain and this will tell.

And it’s short enough, that they can slide down.