Steep and deep with bumps.


Analysing terrain data








Coming down Broadway after getting off the Loge Lift and heading skier's left, look to skier's right for the Soddbuster double black sign.

Dropping in off the cat track, these steep turns are made along a broad ridge line that is generally skied from right to left.

As the ridge rolls over the bumps grow larger, and what was a wider, more open piste, grows narrower with the beautifully placed pines wither side.

This narrow, steep and rolling area is also made more difficult to navigate as the sea of bumps now stretches as far as you can see.

As you continue down, a tree line will emerge on skier's right, follow the tree line as the run forms a longer, more narrow "chute" like form, pushing skiers from the right and left flanks into the bumps in the middle.

This run is long and demanding, but few at Aspen Highlands have as great a fall line feel, and fun steep skiing with natural obstacles, for as much sustained vertical as Soddbuster has to offer.