Front Range

Submitted By: Dobish on April 08, 2010

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Arizona » Kachina Peaks

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From the top of Agassiz the line descends to down the high alpine ridge to the east.  Just short of the saddle it descends to the skiers right towards the south and town.  This route then followes the avalanche path and drainage for long beautiful run.  At the bottom you begin meandering right towards the Leroux fire scar.  Once you hit Freidlein Prairie Road this is the end of the run and you follow the road to skiers right back to snowbowl road. This is a long run, make sure you carry a map.  It flattens out at the end and you would like to get back to snowbowl road so you can get a ride back up to the ski area.  Please also be advised that this is the ski run where the only Arizona avalanche fatality occured, be smart.

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The front range has some great descents and backcountry skiing very close to the city of denver (relatively) There are a lot of wilderness areas, wooded areas, low peaks, and old ski resorts to go ski at. Berthoud Pass, Loveland Pass, Guanella Pass, James Peak Wilderness Area, St. Mary's Glacier, Mt. Evans, Grays and Torrey's, Indian Peaks, Indian Peaks, and Much more Generally front range skiing is a little mellower than some of its neighboring counterparts, but it is a lot of fun. Some of the more accessible areas for backcountry skiing like berthoud and loveland are more crowded on weekends.

How to Get There

The front range is where people first get hooked on snow, you head through the flatlands and end up looking at the mountains

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