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Once Is Enough

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Ascent

-812' -247 m

Descent

49%

Avg Slope (26°)

83%

Max Slope (40°)

10,692' 3,259 m

High

9,881' 3,012 m

Low

Shared By Jason Smith

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Avalanche risk for Nov 18, 2018: Low

Generally safe avalanche conditions. Watch for unstable snow on isolated terrain features. Natural and human-triggered avalanches unlikely.

Full forecast for BTAC: Teton Area — Brought to you by Bridger Teton Avalanche Center

Avy tweets from @JHAvalanche

One of the best burly sidecountry lines anywhere. Straight to the house!

Jason Smith
Type: Backcountry or Sidecountry

Need to Know

This line is direct south facing, so in addition to the gamut of stability concerns, beware of dust on crust conditions, or at worst, slide for life conditions. But if you nail timing and get it soft....

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Three options:
  1. Enter the line skiers left by executing a few exposed moves on a goat path above cliffs to gain the gut
  2. Take it straight on
  3. Skiers right to brave the even more exposed & often filmed Fin variation.

After exiting the coulie, you can step right to wait for your partner in a fairly sheltered spot on the No Name Bowl Traverse. Or, rip it down to the bottom of No Name Bowl.

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