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Freeland

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0.3 mile 0.5 kilometer point to point
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Intermediate/Difficult

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Ascent: 0' 0 m
Descent: -525' -160 m
High: 10,379' 3,163 m
Low: 9,853' 3,003 m

Grade

Avg Slope: 36% (20°)
Max Slope: 40% (22°)
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Trail shared by Asher Margolies

Avalanche risk for Nov 26, 2017: Low

Generally safe avalanche conditions. Watch for unstable snow on isolated terrain features. Natural and human-triggered avalanches unlikely.

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Freeland is one of the main runs on the north side of Grizzly Gulch.

Asher Margolies
Type: Backcountry or Sidecountry

Overview

Freeland starts at the top of the Honeycomb Cliffs and descends into Grizzly Gulch. It boasts similar slopes to Black Bess but is usually a longer run and ends farther down the snowcat road.

Description

Follow the directions to Twin Lakes Pass from the Grizzly Gulch trailhead. When you reach the pass, turn left (north) and ascend the ridge, staying in the trees, until you reach the top of the Honeycomb Cliffs.

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