Challenging bumps and Aspen trees. A great overall run.


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Accessed from the top of both the F.I.S.

double chair and the Ruthie's quad chairlift, International is a long black diamond run that challenges advanced skiers in their bump skiing technique from start to finish.

The near 900 vertical foot run is exciting, with differing sized moguls littering the moderately wide slope.

The pitch never exceeds that which is appropriate for its black diamond categorization, but its length does require even expert skiers to utilize their full skill set.

A series of cat tracks offer great spots for breaks along the descent, with the ability to access gladed aspen trees on skier's right, or larger steeper terrain further down the run.

Beware; a tricky, narrow cat track back to Ruthie's lift lies at the bottom of this run, with only steep, challenging and demanding double black diamond terrain an option for other descent.

If you're uncomfortable with narrow cat tracks, then avoid International.