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Type: Backcountry or Sidecountry
A popular spot for people to get in low angle laps.
Nice grassy hill without many rocks makes it come in even before the S face of Mt. Ashland with it's many more large rocks and boulders. Too much new snow in this area and it might become too slow/ low angle unless you have proper powder skis. If that happens just keep following NF-20 to the steeper powder fields further out.
Shared By: Forthright