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Lost Lake - Right Chute

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Length

1.8 Miles 2.9 Kilometers


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Ascent

-1,305' -398 m

Descent

13%

Avg Slope (8°)

80%

Max Slope (39°)

10,599' 3,231 m

High

9,294' 2,833 m

Low

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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

Overview

Ski Patrol will not be happy if you are entering the ski area without a lift ticket, possible ride in the Nederland Police Car.
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Description

This description assumes that you have a lift ticket for Eldora:
- 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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