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How Often is Perla's Chute at Alta Groomed?

post #1 of 5
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If you hike up and it's not groomed, is dogleg chute the easiest way down?

I'm still an intermediate skier but want to start exploring off trail.

post #2 of 5

Isn't Perla's above Ballroom to the edge of the Baldy Chutes?

 

If so, that's never "groomed". Maybe skied out but not groomed.

 

DC

post #3 of 5

If you look at their "grooming report" you will see what runs are targets for grooming.

 

You will notice there are very few "chutes" that are listed which means most likely NEVER groomed.

 

http://www.alta.com/conditions/daily-mountain-report/groomed-run-report

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Originally Posted by slowtrain View Post
 

If you hike up and it's not groomed, is dogleg chute the easiest way down?

I'm still an intermediate skier but want to start exploring off trail.

 

99.9999% sure that's just a troll, so I hate to dignify it with a response. But, just in case you're actually serious, if you're starting to "explore" off trail, keep your skis on.  Don't hike anywhere.  

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99.9999% sure that's just a troll...

 

Hmmm... slowtrain, didn't you get your answer from your thread back in March/April of 2014?

 

http://www.epicski.com/t/126851/grooming-at-alta

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