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A fun alternative to the bigger lines closer to Gobblers Knob.


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Ski Line

9,751' 2,972 m

High

8,548' 2,605 m

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Up

1,204' 367 m

Down

44%

Avg Slope (24°)

63%

Max Slope (32°)
Type: Backcountry or Sidecountry

Overview

Pretty much a bail-out option off the east ridge of Gobblers Knob, but worth the ski. Good cross-loaded snow makes a sort of half-pipe up top, and the bottom is close to the pass which means no transition.

Description

Approach via the east ridge of Gobblers Knob, south of Butler Fork. Drop off the ridge at 10,000 feet, going south. The line follows the main drainage. If you don't want to transition, trend left towards the pass once you hit the trees.

This is prone to wind-loading from the west and is the prime angle for an avalanche, so be sure it's stable.

History & Background

Named for a momma moose and Bruce Tremper, both of whom we met on the same trip.

Shared By:

Thomas Beatty

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