A variable black trail









Clipper has two guises; either it's arguably the best bump run on the mountain in it's ungroomed state, or it's groomed and pretty mellow.

Most of the time, it's ungroomed, with almost perfect bumps up top and in the middle, followed by a short steeper section, and a flat run out to Lower Bashful at the end.

In early season, there can some fun stump drops at the top skiers left.

You can cut skiers left mid way down under either West Bowl Express chair (conditions permitting) for a fun variable bumpy cut back onto Lower Bashful, or slightly lower under Puma chair for a more challenging, more snow dependent run.

If going under Puma, cut out back to Clipper before you get to the natural gully full of bushes, or you will be walking. The trees around it are fair game, providing you stay safe; ride in pairs at least, with a helmet and a plan.

Look out for tree stumps and undergrowth in early season; a foot of powder can obscure a lot.

Best to wait until it's really filled in.