What's in this Area?
Submitted By: sicky_line_brah on September 03, 2010
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The North Shoulder is a little bit more mellow, and is often the backup option for people heading up there. You ski almost along the ridge on the north side, back down towards the pumphouse basin. The north shoulder is generally a little bit sheltered and the snow is a little colder, but it is also windblown.[more]
Popular backcountry zone near Big Sky and Moonlight Basin. Contains a variety of terrain from safe, well protected trees, to big alpine descents. Be cautious of avalanche conditions, as most of the best descents will put you through the strainer if caught in a slide. Avi conditions are at mtavalanche.com
How to Get There
Access is typically from the Beehive Basin trailhead. While driving towards Moonlight Basin on Lone Mountain Trail Road, turn right on Crow King road, and follow it to the Beehive Basin Trailhead.