Wide-open and steep north facing skiing.


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At an average pitch of 35 degrees and a maximum steepness of 38 degrees, the wide-open north facing skiing provided in G-6 is fun and challenging to the expert skier.

Find this line from the top of the 12,392 foot summit of Highland Peak, but by briefly skiing the boundary line to the skier's right off the summit.

Then, after just a few hundred vertical, turn skier's left so that you avoid the tree skiing of the other G-Zone and Northwoods runs.

G-6 is situated in the last north facing area of the bowl before it becomes slightly more east.

Here, you're in for bigger bumps and steeps and you don't have the benefit of any bordering trees for contrast during a storm day.

On a powder day, this can be a great powder run and is frequently one of the first to get skied out.