A great long and wide blue cruiser that's perfect for carving.


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Header is an excellent blue cruiser that's perfect for carving, working on technical skills and for skiing and riding in a group as it's wide and straight.

To access this location, you need to take the Ramshead Express Quad from the base.

The Ramshead Express Quad is almost always a long, cold and windy ride up.

So, prepare for that.

Exit the lift to the left and taxi skier’s left under the top of the lift to start your run from the top of the trail.

The top has more pitch, so anyone who's afraid to lay out the carves should wait until Easy Street connects on skier’s right.

Header is long and wide with only a few trails that dump on to it.

It runs directly under the lift, so anyone who is shy may want to pick an alternative route down.

A few hazards to look out for are the mountain ops who make snow and groom all the way down skier’s left.

So, skier’s right tends to have thinner cover and often gets icy on the top half.

Also, be careful where Header and Easy Street intersect as there are people cruising from both trails and it is a big intersection.

The other thing to watch out for is there are a lot of group classes that may be in progress during your run.

This trail usually gets opened in mid December.

It is always groomed on the left two-thirds and un-groomed on the right third and receives varied light.

Perfect intermediate rating for people looking for a long and straight run that goes directly to the base from the top of the lift.