Twice is Nice

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Ascent

-706' -215 m

Descent

10,619' 3,237 m

High

9,913' 3,022 m

Low

47%

Avg Slope (25°)

64%

Max Slope (33°)

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Another Jackson Hole icon - full value line with an alpine feel.

Jason Smith

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As with its sister, Once Is Enough, expect snow conditions to be fickle due to southern exposure. The drop in might be alot mellower than Once, but the line is arguably more involved.

With good snow, Twice is tough to beat for sustained, aesthetic, thrilling steeps. Any doubts about the snow quality, save it for another day as it could be terrifying. Twice is a major avalanche path with the first few turns being an obvious starting zone. Be aware of other travelers who could be on the No Name traverse below the line.

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Just past the entrance to the north facing Central Couloir, you'll encounter the entrance to Twice. Here you'll feel the pull of big mountain exposure with the expanse of Jackson Hole at your feet.

The first half of Twice takes your through this upper snowfield. Look left for a blunt rocky outcrop on the left- a good safe spot if you want to keep an eye on your partner.

From here the line doglegs right and narrows into a couloir for the last few hundred feet. With quality snow, this section is great fun, but of course, expect rocks and variable snow.

Exit the coulie right to wait for your partner on the No Name traverse. Or, rip the bowl straight to the bottom.

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Avalanche risk for Oct 15, 2017: Moderate

Heightened avalanche conditions on specific terrain features. Evaluate snow and terrain carefully; identify features of concern. Natural avalanches unlikely; human-triggered avalanches possible.

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