Analysing terrain data
Blondie's is an early season north facing classic that usually has great snow throughout the winter.
Expect powder bumps on a powder day and chalky hardpack at other times during the season.
Like most runs in Aspen, this run is short but can be demanding.
Although the trail is predominately bumpy from start to finish, the run meanders past a lift tower through moguls as it approaches a steep headwall.
The headwall, aired by some, skied by others, usually contains large and well-spaced moguls and a nice long run out for those that want to carry a little more heat through the bottom of the run.