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Snowshed Slope is a huge, wide beginner's area at the Snowshed base area.
This is where most adult ski school classes take place.
To access this location, take the Snowshed Express Quad and exit the lift to the right.
Then proceed down the top area which is very flat.
Beginner snowboarders often get stuck in the flats here.
You need to pass the ski patrol hut before the run really starts.
You can choose three basic zones to descend on.
The most popular and most crowded is the center.
There is always snow-making and the snow quality is almost always great.
Take this all the way down to the base area.
You will see advanced skiers and riders bombing this trail to get to the Snowshed Base Lodge at high carving speeds, so don’t be surprised to see this.
It is a great trail for working on carving skills for all levels.
If you choose the left zone on skier’s left, this will be under the Snowshed Double I & II chairs and it's more narrow and you'll need to watch out for the chairlift towers.
If you choose the far right zone on skier’s right, you will find this terrain rougher and it doesn’t always get the same amount of snow-making attention.
There are rollers as well.
This is the side that many advanced skiers and riders choose from the top to the base at high speed.
If you access the top of the area from Snowshed Double I & II chair lifts, you will miss the very top of the slope and you'll have a very slow ride up.
There is usually only one of these chairs running.
This trail is in full light.
It's perfect for beginners who are ready to get off the carpet areas and start marking turns on a real slope.