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Far Far Out.
Extremely rocky and tight chute into a big couloir with a follow up chute with extreme air out.
15-20 feet with a great snowpack.If you do not want to clear the cliff, then bring climbing equipment to descend from the couloir.
When you first get into the chute it's roughly a 55° angle and only gets steeper on the way down for about 20 feet then you enter the couloir.
This area of chutes is extremely far away from the Bridger Bowl Ski Area boundary gate and will take hours to get there.
To find it get outside the boundary gate at Bridger Bowl then proceed to hike for about 2 hours until you reach the third nose shaped ridge.
Follow the ridge down into some powder filled trees and follow the ridge until you get to the entrance of the chute.
The mandatory air brings you into a snowfield above a moderate cliff band.
Traverse past it and drop down into another snowfield then take an exit straightline similar to Saber Slice at Bridger Bowl.
Basically a chute so thin its not as wide as my 180 cm skis.
its about 30-35 feet into a mellow apron.
To get out of this apron you must hike or skin into Bradley meadows then back into the Bridger Bowl boundary.
*EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TO FIND.
SEVERE STEEP AND EXPERT TERRAIN.
STRONGLY NOT RECOMMENDED.
DO NOT ATTEMPT ALONE.*