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No other ski run in the world has had as much written about it as Corbet’s. This is not without good reason. After a mandatory-air entrance—it varies between five and 15 feet—you land facing a rock wall. Turn quickly to avoid that and you’re home free. Mostly. By midseason, there’s no more major obstacles, but there are several hundred feet of a 40-degree slope between you and the bottom.

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Corbet’s Couloir

No other ski run in the world has had as much written about it as Corbet’s. This is not without good reason. After a mandatory-air entrance—it varies between five and 15 feet—you land facing a rock wall. Turn quickly to avoid that and you’re home free. Mostly. By midseason, there’s no more major obstacles, but there are several hundred feet of a 40-degree slope between you and the bottom.