Milt's Face is a short and steep run in the Sun Up Bowl that is fun and challenging for many.

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Description

This run is great when you are one of the first up on a powder day, or as a moguled trail after that.

It is wide open with a few tree glades and joins up with The Slot quickly for a gully type trail from there.

Snow blows over from the Sun Down Bowl and 'resurfaces' this on windy days.

Milt Wiley, Assistant Ski Patrol leader in 1962, was particularly fond of this run on the west side of Sun Up Bowl.