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Woodland Trees

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0.5 Miles 0.7 Kilometers


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Ascent

-594' -181 m

Descent

25%

Avg Slope (14°)

35%

Max Slope (19°)

10,312' 3,143 m

High

9,717' 2,962 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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Great turns in the trees, worth the longer approach.

Missy Thompson
Type: Backcountry or Sidecountry

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There are a variety of different options in this area. Some runs are fully in the trees and others are open at the top and end up in the trees down lower. This area holds great snow and will most likely get you away from the crowds at Lost Lake.

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There are some slopes which are locally steeper and can slide, especially in the more open sections. We remotely triggered a small avalance a couple years ago around a corner and under a cliff during considerable avy danger which would have pushed a skier into trees. Dec 10, 2015

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