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This is a huge open field of snow that is awesome on a powder day for the advanced intermediate and up who likes a consistent fall line and a long field of snow.
It can get windblown and crusty but most of the time it's awesome.
When Vail pioneer and lodge/restaurant/shop owner Pepi Gramshammer first skied this run with Pete Seibert in 196 while being recruited to move to Vail, he had to climb back out because the lift would not be built until the following summer.
When he finally made his way to the top he was tired but ecstatic and remarked to a waiting Bob Parker, "By Gott, dot's a super slope! But it takes foreffer to climb out!'