Expert Extreme Terrain, Hazzards


Analysing terrain data








East Face is your third hike-to terrain option and contains more open terrain with scenic north eastern views.

*Take Extreme Caution and study your line well* Multiple rock exposures and cliff bands exist.

Recommended to ski with a partner.

Cliff dwellings and exposed rock exist with changing conditions.

Tree well hazards can exist.

Start by the sign and follow the north aspect along the ridge line through an open meadow with evergreen glades to a sudden, steep dropping face.

Skiers have two options: continue north on shoulder to a craggy mix of steep open chutes, 10-15 foot cliffs and steep tree chutes or to descend skiers right down the open face containing 15-20 foot cliff drops and open chutes.

The steep grade opens to an small meadow with a traverse leading to a rugged traverse.

Great on a powder day.Continue to First Chance down to Flying Z for more tree options.