A pair of short but steep chutes, some of the harder lines on the main mountain

Statistics

11

m

64

m

33

max┬░

Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Difficult

Description

This pair of steep chutes are some of the tightest and most technical lines on the main mountain (not counting sidecountry).

Each is about 10 feet wide, and may require a few jump turns or careful skiing to navigate.

They then ease up and join together, before one final steep and tight pitch down to the run below which requires either straightlining or sideslipping.

They are a fun low-consequence way to test your ability for harder lines in Brackett Basin or elsewhere.