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+1 # webadmin 2011-02-20 19:28
I like everything to the skiiers left at the top of the outback. Along the ropes to the left or just to the right of the ropes is some of the most open and gentle tree skiing anywhere. It gets alot of sun though, so it only lasts a few days, then rocks show through even at the peak of the season.

Over farther to the right are Bighorn and Porcupine. One or both of these 2 runs are sometimes groomed even. The trees to the left and right of both are also very nice. They're a little tighter, but gentle slopes. And it's easiy to get in and out as you need to.
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