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Lost Lake Gully

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0.5 Miles 0.8 Kilometers


Ski Line

6' 2 m

Ascent

-544' -166 m

Descent

21%

Avg Slope (12°)

34%

Max Slope (19°)

10,507' 3,202 m

High

9,962' 3,036 m

Low

Shared By Missy Thompson

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Avalanche risk for Oct 15, 2018: Extreme

Avoid all avalanche terrain. Natural and human-triggered avalanches certain.

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A low angle gully that holds great snow for the descent from the Lost Lake Summit Ascent.

Missy Thompson
Type: Backcountry or Sidecountry

Need to Know

The bottom of the gully steepens considerably, creating a possible terrain trap.

Description

From the Lost Lake Summit Ascent, descend through the trees to the south. You'll find yourself in a beautiful low angle gully. The gully tends to hold great snow even in windy conditions. The end of the gully steepens considerably, creating a possible terrain trap, so it is advised to cut back to the skin track at this point. Extend the fun by heading over to the Lost Lake Glades!

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