Top notch bump skiing right under the East River Express









You can't miss Resurrection right under the chair as you are going up East River Express.

In powder or classic bumps, Resurrection is a classic Colorado trail.

You'll take a left getting off of East River Express and wrap right back around under the chair.

The initial stretch of Resurrection is mellow terrain with couple cat roads criss-crossing the trail.

You can bear right at the top to get into Double Top, or take a left into the woods if you want some tree skiing.

As the pitch rolls over, the fun begins and you can ski steeper bumps on the left or more intermediate bumps on the right.

There is eventually a cat track that cuts the trail about half-way down and the lower section is joined by Black Eagle on the right as you reach groomed terrain and merge with Lower Treasury from the left and arrive at the bottom of East River.

In the early season you can find short stubby trees and big willow bushes on the trail.