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Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Megahooped & Megahooped Trees

Jo-Pal and Megahooped Ski Runs Aerial view of Megahooped Aerial view of Stovepipe Mountain Cat Road above Megahooped Trees. Note Steph's Thumb The Spruce Creek Gully from the Megahooped Trees Bounding Chuckles in Megahooped from Spruce Pass View of Wonderland in Megahooped from Spruce Creek gully Tracks on Wonderland at Chatter Creek Cat Skiing Tree Skiing in the Megahooped Trees Megahooped is the entire bottom half of the west side of Stovepipe Mountain. Megahooped lies below Jo-Pal and contains the Wonderland and Bouncing Chuckles ski runs and the Megahooped Trees. Mullet Bowl, on East Ridge south of Megahooped, is accessed from Megahooped, but is considered a separate skiing zone. Spruce Pass and the Golf Course, which lie north of and below Megahooped are also considered a separate zone, although they too are accessed from Megahooped and "The Road to Vertebrae Glacier"

Megahooped Trees is a stand of trees low on the south side of Megahooped, immediately above the Spruce Creek gully. The Megahooped trees offer good tree skiing in stormy weather, but do not offer the vertical drop of the East Ridge tree runs.             Back to Index


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