Another run that's best thought of as on the way to black.
It's got some steeper sections that verge on black, with the rest of it mellow blue.
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.
In the later season, watch out for the natural gullies where the bushes grow as they often bow over and create bubbles of snow that you can sink down into, requiring a struggle to get out of.
Taking a line from Pyramid to Lower Powderhorn helps ensure you've got a definite run out, but watch out for the natural gully that will suck you in mid way through this line.