A classic run from the summit of Nito that keeps riders high & close lớn the summit for more laps.
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Freeride Skiing DifficultDistance 1.2 kmAscent 4 mDescent 296 mLow Point 769 mHigh Point 1.1 kmGradient 33˚
This is a fantastic W facing run that brings you from the summit of Nito back to the the upper section of Route 66 that is closed in the winter. It is perfect for taking multiple laps off the summit of Nito on longer days when snow is staying good to lớn the W. It has a steep and exciting entrance with several cliffs at the top of the run, và small stumps and features khổng lồ jump off down low as the run levels off.
To get khổng lồ this run, it is recommended khổng lồ follow the Nito Ascent W route, as this will put you on the same aspect you will be skiing, for a better assessment of the snow. Remember to check the local Nadare Forecast (linked below) before heading into the backcountry.
From the summit of Nito, follow the ridge towards the lower summit khổng lồ the N, about 100 metres away. Depending on snow conditions, it may be easier to lớn traverse on skins over to this second summit rather than start from the summit of Nito. There is a summer hiking trail from this north summit, sometimes visibly marked by wooden signs early in the season before they become buried. From this point, the descent will be clear, to the W or SW depending on where looks more desirable.
The top section has three main shots, all denoted by rocky outcrops near the top. If snow is good, these rocks are possible to jump off regardless of snow conditions, but they can be quite exhilarating lớn ski around & through. The run remains clean below the main rock formations, & opens up later in the season as things fill in. Generally speaking, the riders left hand of the three shots is the most open. As the run begins to cấp độ off, more trees and bushes become buried and form hits & features lớn jump off. Keep your tốc độ up near the bottom to lớn make it back lớn the road.
Once on the road, descent lớn the riders left, back towards the car, and put skins back on when you reach your skin track from the way up lớn go get more!
As well as the slope itself, there are some obstacles (such as rock outcrops) which could aggravate injury.
In the high mountains or remote conditions, all individuals must be completely autonomous in every situation.
23 m away
A classic run from the summit of Nito that keeps riders high và close lớn the summit for more laps.
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23 m away
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Nito S Nose
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Difficult Freeride SkiingDistance 958 mAscent 1 mDescent 306 m
490 m away
Nito SW Nose
An exciting storm day run và great way lớn return khổng lồ the trailhead after touring other sections of Nito.
Difficult Freeride SkiingDistance 625 mAscent 0 mDescent 225 m
504 m away
Nito W, Low
A great storm day touring zone with pleasantly spaced trees and sheltered spots for transitions.
Moderate Freeride SkiingDistance 403 mAscent 0 mDescent 165 m
667 m away
An exciting storm day run with relative easy access and an easy return.
Difficult Freeride SkiingDistance 398 mAscent 0 mDescent 212 m
1.2 km away
Nito Ascent W
The easiest of the three options khổng lồ ascend Nito.
Moderate Freeride SkiingDistance 2.5 kmAscent 444 mDescent 7 m
1.2 km away
Nito Ascent SW
The most direct of the three options to lớn ascend Nito.
Difficult Freeride SkiingDistance 1 kmAscent 236 mDescent 1 m
1.2 km away
Nito Ascent S
The most difficult but possibly most rewarding of the three options khổng lồ ascend Nito.
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