Analysing terrain data
The North Bowl Road is the main easiest way down from the top of the Bridger Chair.
It is groomed most days, but on powder days avalanche control work sends piles of snow down onto the road.
This makes the road variable and bumpy on some mornings, which is why it is a black diamond.
Excepting powder days, it is a 15ft wide groomer run that accesses the wide open bumps of the North Bowl.
It is a great first run of the day to be able to assess conditions on the mountain.
Not a great choice for flat light powder days- skiers have a hard time navigating the piles and bumps from debris on the road.