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The North-west Gully of Bridger Peak is a 1700 feet long shot that stays shady and holds great cold snow.
It gets affected by the wind every once in a while, but once in the trees a couple hundred feet down, is usually protected.
It is straight forward with the only variations being your line in the top 400 feet or so before everything funnels into the gut.
At the bottom, either skin back up one of the West facing tree ridges to the main ridge, or head into the open meadow, keeping right above the creek to the Middle Cottonwood trail, a few hundred yards.