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Cedar Chutes

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Chute skiing that is off the beaten path.


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0.7

Miles

1.2

KM

Ski Line

8,582' 2,616 m

High

7,387' 2,251 m

Low

22' 7 m

Up

1,195' 364 m

Down

31%

Avg Slope (17°)

74%

Max Slope (37°)
Type: Backcountry or Sidecountry

Need to Know

Best on a big snow year. This describes the main chute. There may be other skiable chutes in the area.

Description

Drive around the back to C mountain. You can see the chutes from the road. Hike up, and ski down. The line is directly north-facing and kind of low elevation. It is best on a big snow year.

History & Background

First ascent/descent was circa 1998 by Pete Van Slooten, Tyler Phillips, Brittany Beckstead, and Alex (from Cedar Mtn Sports).

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Photos

Brittany Beckstead in perfect Norwegian telemark form.
Dec 15, 2018 near Cedar City, UT
Looking down on Indy Dog, Brittany, and Pete
Dec 15, 2018 near Cedar City, UT
PVS testing the bibs He made in sewing class at SUU.
Dec 15, 2018 near Cedar City, UT
The Chute as seen from the Cedar Mountain road from Cedar Canyon
Dec 15, 2018 near Cedar City, UT
Tyler and Brittany on the way up
Dec 16, 2018 near Cedar City, UT

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