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Between Lincoln and Judah Trail #3

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1.1 Miles 1.7 Kilometers


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Ascent

-779' -237 m

Descent

14%

Avg Slope (8°)

33%

Max Slope (18°)

8,286' 2,526 m

High

7,507' 2,288 m

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Avalanche risk for Feb 16, 2019: High

Very dangerous avalanche conditions. Travel in avalanche terrain not recommended. Natural avalanches likely; human-triggered avalanches very likely.

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Head off the back on popular Lincoln, take a short traverse, then mellow soft snow through trees.

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Type: In Bounds (completely inside ski area boundary)

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There is sometimes a hole at the left turn at Mt. Judah.

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Exit Lincoln to the south for backcountry access and follow the fence down. Traverse left when possible (the fence ends), usually there's a big boulder to stay below. Get back on groomed terrain to build your speed for the traverse. Go straight onto un-groomed snow and continue through the trees. Traverse past some steeper lines that go, #1 and #2, reach a nice toe of a mountain (the far eastern side of the judah ridge) and ski down through more trees to a flat open section that connects to Harriet's Hallow.

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