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Coal Bank Plateau

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-177' -54 m

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11,655' 3,552 m

High

11,478' 3,498 m

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25%

Avg Slope (14°)

25%

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A fun, short hill with north-facing powder that is easy to lap.

Jared Brown

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This is a fun, short hill that generally holds great powder since it is north facing. Stay to the right in the trees (skin track area) for some steeper tree skiing, or left in the open area with some optional small cliffs. Do a few more laps, then ski down the benches below to the gulley (some steep, sloughy terrain is farther skiers right approaching the gulley).

If conditions are stable, it is also possible to cut right and ski the open face directly above the road before reaching the gulley.

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Avalanche risk for Jan 17, 2018: Moderate

Heightened avalanche conditions on specific terrain features. Evaluate snow and terrain carefully; identify features of concern. Natural avalanches unlikely; human-triggered avalanches possible.

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