The easiest of the greens.Great for learning and perfect for your first day or two, but probably boring to even to the second day skier.
A nice, easy cruiser.Perfect for the advanced beginner or those who desire a nice run without much pitch.
For those who are making the transition from advanced beginner to intermediate. Contains both advanced beginner and intermediate pitches.
Solid intermediate run with medium steepness.
Middle-of-the-road terrain.Intermediates will be challenged and the advanced intermediate skier will feel comfortable.
Tough blues.Maybe a diamond for some pitches but, on average, intermediate stuff.
Single diamond stuff. Steeper than the tough blues, but not that hard for advanced intermediates.
Solid advanced terrain.Advanced intermediates should think twice.
Steep terrain, any type of snow, moguls, etc.Challenging but not yet extreme.Should be a solid advanced skier.
Expert only!Seriously.Anything in this category should not be skied by anyone who has any skiing apprehension.
IMPORTANT: The descriptions and ratings contained within Andy’s Ski & Ride Guides are based upon average weather and snow conditions. Varied conditions such as new snow, no snow, high winds, poor visibility, etc. can significantly change the character and difficulty of the slope. Skiers and riders are strongly encouraged to evaluate the conditions and determine if the slope is within their skill level.Please ski and ride with care.