ElevationAscent: 0' 0 m
Descent: -2,019' -615 m
High: 11,455' 3,492 m
Low: 9,436' 2,876 m
GradeAvg Slope: 48% (25°)
Max Slope: 65% (33°)
Popular ski lines nearby
0.4 mi 0.7 km • -688 ft Descent • -209.79 m Descent
0.2 mi 0.3 km • -691 ft Descent • -210.51 m Descent
0.3 mi 0.5 km • -421 ft Descent • -128.33 m Descent
2.0 mi 3.3 km • -1,496 ft Descent • -455.96 m Descent
0.6 mi 0.9 km • -1,301 ft Descent • -396.65 m Descent
0.2 mi 0.3 km • -328 ft Descent • -99.99 m Descent
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“A steep and gnarly avalanche gully.”— J. Bella
Several drainages flow together near the middle, then rock outcrops near the bottom create a channel that can be a challenge to navigate on a thin snow year. With a deep snowpack, there are ways to ride through with a series of small drops, when the snowpack is thin the bottom of this line melts out and a steep class 3 downclimb is necessary to exit the line. It's also possible to end up on top of some large rocks if you leave the gully to either side.
It is recommended to explore this area during the summer or hike up from the bottom at times of low avalanche hazard before attempting to ride this particular line so you can become familiar with the terrain.
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Land Manager: USFS - Carson National Forest
Oct 27, 2019: Carson National Forest Supervisorâ€™s Office Remodel