Goatfinger Couloir is fairly wide, has a bit of a double fall line, and can reach 50 degrees at the top (although when we skied it, it did not exceed 43 degrees). Although not an extreme line, it is still a serious undertaking that requires expert ski abilities and advanced snow climbing/mountaineering skills. It is rated D9-D10.
Goatfinger is a major avalanche path and requires very stable snow to be skied safely.[more]
A lot of good stuff out here
How to Get There
take 285 S to US HWY 50, then Go West to Gunnison. Go North towards Crested Butte
Winter Camping is not really an option, but there are a couple of places that you might be able to find. In the Spring and Late fall you will be able to camp just north of town.
Poke around, you will find something
A lot of the access up here is made easier by snow mobiles, but once you are up there, then you can be skiing freely.