One of my favorite lines in the front range with lots of options. You can ski the couloir between the double summits for a nice 40 degree pitch with rock wall on either side.
You can also ski the Northeast face. Not sure on the slope angle but it is a open face with limited exposure.
You can ski the South East face for a more mellow descent (better if you started at Butler Gultch) with amazing terrain and small playful features all the way down.
**Take all necessary avalanche precautions. It is not uncommon to get a lot of wind loading in this area due to its proximity to the divide.**
Oregon has a lot in the cascades, is home to the blue mountains, Mount Hood (11,161'), Crater Lakes, Wallowa Mountains, and much more. The snow is generally a little bit more dense than other areas of the country because of the maritime weather patterns, but it is also very bountiful.
How to Get There
In the pacific northwest. go to the far northwest corner of the US and you will be there.