Analysing terrain data
Gentian Gully is named for a flower that grows here in the summer.
Gentian Gully is like a side country ski experience.
There is avalanche control, but is is never groomed and involves route finding and plenty of terrain challenges.
There are trees, rocks gullies and cliffs.
It would be smart to go with someone who is familiar with the terrain.
Take Scott chair and exit left and follow the ridge northwards.
Watch for the whoop de doos and rollers on the ridge line.
Follow the ridge line until you reach the "Broccoli Tree".
The Broccoli Tree is a large Juniper that is a popular landmark.
Turn right and you are in Gentian Gully.
It is a fun tree skiing zone that faces north, so it holds nice snow.
Follow the Gully until you see traverse tracks heading back to your left that will take you back to Subway or Meadow chairs.
You need to be a strong expert skier to be safe and enjoy this run.