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Peek-A-Boo is a fun, cruisy blue groomer off of the Village Express (lift 4) that is perfect for the intermediate skier.
Get off of the Village Express and ski right, hang right and you'll be on Peek-A-Boo.
This run is a little flat for a minute at the top before heading into the first pitch.
From here, there are a couple more steeper pitches, but the run is mellow and fun to cruise down.
Towards the bottom of Peek-A-Boo, the run intersects with Humboldt Draw (a blue bump run for advanced intermediate skiers) so be sure to take a glance to your right as you're coming down.
This last section of Peek-A-Boo also flattens out, so make sure you keep your speed so you can make it out to ski Village Bypass (a green groomer) or traverse a bit slightly uphill and make it over to ski the last section of Misty Maiden (a blue groomer) down to the base of the Village Express.
The snow on Peek-A-Boo is typically well groomed and stays soft.
This run does see some traffic but is never too busy.