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Advanced skiing/freeriding Grouse Mountain

Test result3 out of 5 stars

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Advanced skiing/powder snow skiing Grouse Mountain

Difficult slopes lead down from the Peak into the Blueberry Bowl. Advanced skiers will get their money's worth here. These are very steep and sometimes narrow forest slopes, which are ideal for powder snow skiing after new snow has fallen. The slopes change then very quickly into extreme mogul slopes.

Information for advanced skiers, freeriders
  • some freeride/deep snow areas
  • some mogul slopes
  • some extremely difficult, steep and unprepared runs (Double Diamonds)

Most difficult run
  • Purgatory · Length 1 km · Elevation difference 350 m

General note: Always mind the avalanche warnings and barriers, please. Never ski into a closed and unsecured area.

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