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at least 40 degrees at the crux. The top of the north-facing chute is full of bumps before it narrows into an hourglass-shaped couloir littered with rocks and stumps that don’t quite get covered up until late January. But none of those things really matter. What matters is that the run is directly beneath the chairlift. You can pretend not to care that everyone is watching. You’re cool like that. But there’s a reason you

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