Steep, exposed couloir off Jupiter Peak.

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Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Severe

Description

Navajo Couloir is the most dangerous couloir on Jupiter Peak.

You ski left of the Hourglass, towards the East Face, from there you ski above a large cliff to the entrance.

You can then traverse into the couloir which is narrow throughout the top half.

Then you reach a leg that widens out but hangs over a 200+ foot cliff.

You have to be very aware not to spill over this cliff because it will certainly kill you.

If you are an advanced skier who wants an adrenaline rush, I recommend this couloir.