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The Hollywood Headwall is one of the most often skied areas in the Northern Bridgers for good reason.
It is a very visible, sunny face that stays out of the wind many days.
It has multiple direct gullies and runnels with pillowy spines built up between them.
There is lots of room here to make multiple laps or shred with a group.
The upper lines come together and join skier's left about halfway down, avoiding a very large cliff (remember this feature).
The second half of the line has a few different options as well, including a nice size cliff into a chute.
The runout is wide and gentle for shedding speed once you are out into the bowl.
The whole line never gets above 40 degrees, making for some really nice skiing.
Watch out on sunny days as the snow warms up.