The 6th and last Pinnacle consists of a moderately wide open shot going fall line for about 600 feet to a small crux that is usually very manageable. The difficult thing about this last Pinnacle is the presence of significant cross loading. This line gets loaded both form the West (like the others) and the South. Just look at the snowless scree slopes between this last Pinnacle and Bridger Peak to get an idea of the massive amount of snow transfer and fetch possible in this area. There is usually a subtle cornice line running down the skier's right hand side of the line as well. Weigh your decision to ski it carefully. The line is about 1500 feet long, with another 300 feet of meadow skiing down to the Bridger return. It cruxes down to no less than 15 feet in the tightest spot normally.