Lost Lake - Right Chute
ElevationAscent: 0' 0 m
Descent: -1,305' -398 m
High: 10,599' 3,231 m
Low: 9,294' 2,833 m
GradeAvg Slope: 13% (8°)
Max Slope: 80% (39°)
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“This is starting from the top of Corona Lift, skinning or hiking out, skiing Lost Lake Right Chute, and back to Corona”— Kevin Gillest
- Ride the Corona Lift in the back at Eldora
- Head out the gate at the top of Corona Lift
- Follow the Pipeline Ascent - Corona Lift to Arestua Hut for about 1 mile
- Looking out right you'll see a high point above Lost Lake, this is the drop point. Getting through the woods is always an adventure
- There are 3 ski Lines (Left-Members only, Middle-Left Chute, Right-Right Chute)
PLEASE USE CAUTION SKIING THESE LINES
- Right Chute rarely can be skied to the Lake, about 1/2 way down, it is best to traverse through the rocks to the lower Left Chute
- After the traverse head to the right side and back right corner of the Lake (Warm Spring on right side of Lake, be careful to no get wet)
- Remove Skis, at this point there is a summer trail to follow here leaving the lake, head up to the top and slightly head left.
- With skis back on ski down toward the large boulder, head right.
- You are now on the traverse back to Eldora, via the Lower Moose Glades
- If you are doing this correctly, you can basically traverse all the way back to Corona Lift without much effort or removal of skis.
There is a convenient gate back into the resort located just before the lift.
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