The steepest north facing run in the bowl.


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G-3 is the steepest north facing run of gladed trees and chute skiing in the bowl.

This averagely pitched run, 38 degrees, with a section pushing 40 degrees, is located down the ridge and to skier's left of G-2.

Being one of the steepest runs in the Northwoods section of the Highland Bowl, this run is for experts only, and contains technical mogul skiing in its first section in the trees, and steeper, more open skiing in the lower section.

Head skier's right along the ridge line from the 12.392 foot summit of Highland Peak for about 800 vertical feet, before taking a left and heading into a thin canopy of pine trees.

Here, the 700 vertical feet of fall line skiing in G-3 begins.

There are several chutes in the trees to choose from, but as you continue fall line you will encounter the cone shaped opening in the pines that will gradually widen, revealing a beautiful expanse of steep skiing below you.

The starting elevation for this line is 11,440 feet.