The J Chute

The J Chute

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This avalanche chute has a pitch in the lower 40s. It slid big in early spring 2014 and numerous times in the past. Masontown was destroyed by a series of avalanches here. If you triggered a slide you would be caught in a bad terrain trap and swept through trees. The skier's right side in the small trees has more consistent snow because it's more sheltered from the sun but it still shouldn't be considered safe. The slide usually triggers from the skier's left side of the chute where it's more open.


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J Chute

The J Chute

The J Chute Lower

Lower Section of the J


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Day in the J by Braden Litke: 04/04/2017

J Chute by POVPowder: 11/16/2014

J line by Mark Moran: 05/15/2014

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how about we show some common sense and stop skiing down or across the skin track anywhere above royal? thanks.