Scotty’s is one of the two lines off the top that is sometimes groomed. Not as wide as Cornice Bowl, Scotty’s is typically groomed daily between storms, but is one of the best runs on the mountain when Mother Nature delivers.

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Scotty’s is one of the two lines off the top that is sometimes groomed.

Not as wide as Cornice Bowl, Scotty’s is typically groomed daily between storms, but is one of the best runs on the mountain when Mother Nature delivers.

Depending on your point of entry, via Monuments (skier’s left) or Wipeouts (skier’s right) or straight over the cornice, Scotty’s funnels down to St Anton’s with banks on left and right offering the opportunity to put down long blower turns.

Due to its popularity Scotty’s can get icy and/or bumpy late in the day, so it’s best to tackle it early and catch the proverbial worm.