A hardly skied gully between Jackson Face and Ashley Ridge

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Description

Beaver Tooth is a fun gully off of South Pass Traverse located between Jackson Face and Ashley Ridge.

While traversing from the base of the Casper Quad towards the Teton Quad and Apres Vous, keep an eye out for the distinct gully on your right as the traverse makes it’s first real bend.

On a big powder day, this slope will not see tracks for some time, but due to it’s elevation it can also be littered with rocks and stumps.

The gully has steep walls and can be a bit of a trap for those not used to carrying their speed.

Cut left or right when presented with the options to avoid a dense group of trees at the bottom of the gully.