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Toledo Chute

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Length

0.8 Miles 1.2 Kilometers


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Elevation

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Ascent

-1,619' -493 m

Descent

40%

Avg Slope (22°)

54%

Max Slope (28°)

10,250' 3,124 m

High

8,631' 2,631 m

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Avalanche risk for Nov 26, 2017: Low

Generally safe avalanche conditions. Watch for unstable snow on isolated terrain features. Natural and human-triggered avalanches unlikely.

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A wider but obvious chute off Toledo Peak's east face that is steeper than it looks from afar.

Scott Stevenson 1

Description

Approach from Cardiff pass if you want a bit of exposed scrambling or via the saddle between Toledo and Flagstaff peak.

This chute starts pretty steep, directly off the summit of Toledo Peak, down the east facing couloir that gradually gets less steep as it opens up into the apron. It's followed by casual riding all the way to the road.

There are great views of Toledo Chute from Alta Ski Area.

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