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Mary's Bootpack

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Ascent

303' 92 m

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Descent

18%

Avg Slope (10°)

23%

Max Slope (13°)

9,798' 2,986 m

High

9,494' 2,894 m

Low

Shared By Dapper Dan Rogers

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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.

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The bootpack that leads to lines on Mary's nipple, Peaked, and Steve Baugh.

Dapper Dan Rogers
Type: In Bounds (completely inside ski area boundary)
Check with ski patrol, or the sign at the base of DC Lift to see if it's open.

Description

Short 10-15 minute booter up to Mary's Nipple. From here, drop lines on Mary's, or continue on to Peaked or Steve Baugh Bowl. Don't go too high on the nipple, the boot goes along a lower traverse towards a cached rescue sled that is usually up there. Skiing from the top of the nipple is generally avoided, as it tends to be super rocky. If you do choose to ski it, descend towards the saddle, and watch out for the cornice on the backside if you are up there.

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