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Sundance Bowls

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 5.0 (1) SKI LINE

Incredible late spring turns with almost no approach


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0.8

Miles

1.2

KM

Ski Line

12,154' 3,705 m

High

11,254' 3,430 m

Low

6' 2 m

Up

901' 275 m

Down

22%

Avg Slope (13°)

35%

Max Slope (19°)
Type: Backcountry or Sidecountry
Trail Ridge Road needs to be open

Overview

The north face of Sundance Mountain provides late spring skiing directly off of Trail Ridge Road. This line actually becomes steeper as you descend, with the top half averaging around 15-25 degrees and the lower half exceeding 35-40 degrees. The bottom half of this line needs to be skied early in the day as it is a very obvious avy chute.

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The north face of Sundance Mountain provides late spring skiing directly off of Trail Ridge Road. This line actually becomes steeper as you descend, with the top half averaging around 15-25 degrees and the lower half exceeding 35-40 degrees. The bottom half of this line needs to be skied early in the day as it is a very obvious avy chute.

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Jake Albright

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The top half of Sundance Bowl
Jun 1, 2021 near Estes Park, CO

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May 29, 2021
Jake Albright
9mi — 5h 30m