Terrain Status

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TERRAIN CLASSIFICATION 

  • beginner Beginner 18%:

    Easiest runs, perfect for beginner skiers or snowboarders and kids. Generally wide and groomed with a moderate slope gradient. Typically used for instruction.

  • intermediate Intermediate 29%:

    More dificult pitch. Perfect for Intermediate skiers. Usually groomed, but steeper gradients than Green runs.

  • advanced Expert/Advanced 53%:

    Most Difficult. Considered among the most difficult terrain on the mountain. Suitable for advanced skiers or snowboarders. May or may not be groomed.

  • Extreme:

    Terrain inside the ski area boundary that contains cliffs with a minimum twenty-foot rise over a fifteen-foot run, and slopes with a minimum fifty-degree average pitch over a one hundred-foot run. This terrain is specifically signed with an EX designation and must meet the criteria set forth in the Colorado Skier Safety Act..


TERRAIN CLASSIFICATION 

  • beginner Beginner 19%:

    Easiest runs, perfect for beginner skiers or snowboarders and kids. Generally wide and groomed with a moderate slope gradient. Typically used for instruction.

  • intermediate Intermediate 43%:

    Difficult pitch. Perfect for Intermediate skiers. Usually groomed, but steeper gradients than Green runs.

  • advanced Advanced 21%:

    More Difficult. Suitable for intermediate skiiers looking to challenge themselves with advanced terrain and mogul runs. May or may not be groomed.

  • Expert 12%:

    Most Difficult. Considered to be some of the most difficult terrain on the mountain. Suitable for advanced skiers or snowboarders. May or may not be groomed.

    • Extreme Terrain 5%:

      Terrain inside the ski area boundary that contains cliffs with a minimum twenty-foot rise over a fifteen-foot run, and slopes with a minimum fifty-degree average pitch over a one hundred-foot run. This terrain is specifically signed with an EX designation and must meet the criteria set forth in the Colorado Skier Safety Act..


    TERRAIN CLASSIFICATION 

    • beginner Easiest 11%:

      The easiest pistes at a mountain. Green Circle trails are generally wide and groomed

    • intermediate More Difficult 31%:

      Intermediate difficulty slopes that are usually groomed

    • advanced Most Difficult 24%:

      Amongst the most difficult at a given mountain. Black Diamond trails tend to be steep and may or may not be groomed

    • Expert 34%:

      These trails are for experts only due to exceptionally steep slopes and other hazards such as narrow trails, exposure to wind, and the presence of obstacles such as steep drop-offs or trees.

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      TERRAIN CLASSIFICATION 

      • beginner Beginner 14%:

        The easiest pistes at a mountain. Green Circle trails are generally wide and groomed

      • intermediate More Difficult 29%:

        Intermediate difficulty slopes that are usually groomed

      • advanced Most Difficult 57%:

        Amongst the most difficult at a given mountain. Black Diamond trails tend to be steep and may or may not be groomed

        Hike To Trails: 31

         

        TERRAIN CLASSIFICATION 

        • beginner Beginner 10%:

          Easiest runs, perfect for beginner skiers or snowboarders and kids. Generally wide and groomed with a moderate slope gradient. Typically used for instruction.

        • intermediate Intermediate 44%:

          More difficult pitch. Perfect for Intermediate skiers. Usually groomed, but steeper gradients than Green runs.

        • advanced Expert/Advanced 46%:

          Amongst the most difficult at a given mountain. Black Diamond trails tend to be steep and may or may not be groomed

        • Expert 34%:

          Most Difficult. Considered among the most difficult terrain on the mountain. Suitable for advanced skiers or snowboarders. May or may not be groomed.

          TERRAIN CLASSIFICATION 

          • beginner Easiest 20%:

            The easiest pistes at a mountain. Green Circle trails are generally wide and groomed

          • intermediate More Difficult 45%:

            Intermediate difficulty slopes that are usually groomed

          • advanced Most Difficult 35%:

            Amongst the most difficult at a given mountain. Black Diamond trails tend to be steep and may or may not be groomed

          • Expert:

            These trails are for experts only due to exceptionally steep slopes and other hazards such as narrow trails, exposure to wind, and the presence of obstacles such as steep drop-offs or trees.

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            TERRAIN CLASSIFICATION 

            • beginner Easiest 13%:

              The easiest pistes at a mountain. Green Circle trails are generally wide and groomed

            • intermediate More Difficult 60%:

              Intermediate difficulty slopes that are usually groomed

            • advanced Most Difficult 27%:

              Amongst the most difficult at a given mountain. Black Diamond trails tend to be steep and may or may not be groomed

            • Expert:

              These trails are for experts only due to exceptionally steep slopes and other hazards such as narrow trails, exposure to wind, and the presence of obstacles such as steep drop-offs or trees.

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              TERRAIN CLASSIFICATION 

              • beginner Easiest 15%:

                The easiest pistes at a mountain. Green Circle trails are generally wide and groomed

              • intermediate More Difficult 50%:

                Intermediate difficulty slopes that are usually groomed

              • advanced Most Difficult 20%:

                Amongst the most difficult at a given mountain. Black Diamond trails tend to be steep and may or may not be groomed

              • Expert 15%:

                These trails are for experts only due to exceptionally steep slopes and other hazards such as narrow trails, exposure to wind, and the presence of obstacles such as steep drop-offs or trees.

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