Analysing terrain data
Full Curl is an aggressive and steep chute accessed just off the top, skier's right-hand side, of the 12,392 foot summit of Highland Peak.
As you drop in with a large rock outcropping on skier's left, a second will emerge on skier's right, creating a narrow, chute-like feel.
This dynamic adds to the exciting skiing you'll get in this 700 vertical foot, 37-45 degree north east facing line.
Negotiate a series of moguls in this tight section and watch out for rocks as the coverage is thin in this wind swept upper section.
As you continue descending, you can start to branch out and make bigger turns.
The terrain provides different options for your skiing style and the steep consistent pitch will not allow you to lay off or lose your concentration.