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There have been several "Most difficult trail?" threads over the years, but I wonder if there has been an assessment of "high consequence" trails by name.


My experience shows that sometimes difficult sections of "easy" trails gather in an inordinate number of "life altering" incidents.

Often though,  the "difficult" trails are marked with severe trauma as consequence of even an innocent sit down.   


Tree wells are example of some sort,  but are not readily categorized by named inbound  trails.  Steeps that don't result in injury with a fall and slide are at the other end. Perceived danger in no way obtains the credibility of statistics!


Does this jive with others? 


Any "bad corners" come to mind?  Disregarding collisions,  that is another topic entirely.




Perhaps this topic belongs in the patrol forum