Skiing Blodgett Canyon

Nine miles upcanyon, Sears Lake Couloir descends to the north into Mill Creek

Nine miles upcanyon, Sears Lake Couloir descends to the north into Mill Creek

The bowl below the couloir

The bowl below the couloir

Descending from the top of the large avalanche path at Nine Mile Meadows

Descending from the top of the large avalanche path at Nine Mile Meadows

Mid descent, nine mile avalanche path, another fabulous peak to creek run

Mid descent, nine mile avalanche path, another fabulous peak to creek run

Swan Slabs chutes descent from Romney Ridge requires late season coverage to fill in properly and a mandatory air or rocky traverse to avoid lower cliff bands.

Swan Slabs chutes descent from Romney Ridge requires late season coverage to fill in properly and a mandatory air or rocky traverse to avoid lower cliff bands.

The upper run, Swan Slabs chutes

The upper run, Swan Slabs chutes

The approach to Mill 2 south

The approach to Mill 2 south

Skiing from the snow notch, Mill 2 south

Skiing from the snow notch, Mill 2 south

Skiing Mill 2 east

Skiing Mill 2 east

Mill Point's iconic southeast chute and apron

Mill Point's iconic southeast chute and apron

Skiing the Kootenai chute

Skiing the Kootenai chute

Looking into the Shoshone Chute from Mill Point

Looking into the Shoshone Chute from Mill Point

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