Analysing terrain data
Conclusion is a double black diamond that is a must-do on a powder day.
To access this location, you need to take the Snowdon Triple from the base or take Great Northern from the peak all the way down to Conclusion.
The Snowdon Triple is a long and extremely slow ride up.
So, prepare for that.
Exit the lift to the left and continue out of the unloading area.
Proceed through the top area which is flat and go straight to Mouse Run.
Take Mouse Run, which is short, to the end and then cross over Great Northern.
Watch for heavy traffic to your right coming down on Great Northern.
Get on Great Northern and you will see where the Snowdon Triple is coming up.
Take an IMMEDIATE RIGHT.
Enter here and stay to the left under the lift past the old unloading zone.
Continue straight past a wide small snow field.
Go straight on to Conclusion.
If you want to be challenged by a small cliff area/exposed rocks on the top of Conclusion, stay to skier’s left.
This is the steepest and most difficult spot on the trail.
Most people avoid the exposed rock and stay to the right or in the center.
This trail is under the Snowdon Triple so you will have an audience.
There are usually big moguls on the right and center.
As most people avoid the top left, the line going all the way down skier’s left is AWESOME, especially on a powder day.
Some people call this “concussion” since it is very rugged.
Be aware of a running brook towards the bottom.
Unfortunately, because it is steep with a lot of exposed rock, it is often closed unless the snow cover is good.
This trail has varied light.
A perfect expert run for people looking for steep and rugged terrain.