On many mountains it is easy for a novice skier to get onto a black run without knowing it
Sun Peaks is one of the very few mountains that I have been to where it is difficult to accidentally get onto a run that is beyond your skiing ability.If you do, most of the Black runs that are accessible by a less than expert skier have a cat track about half way down that an inexperienced skier could "bail" onto.
This layout virtually eliminates the "ability conflict" between an expert skier and a novice. I am specifically thinking about Lower Franz on Whistler where you often find Green Level skiers sideslipping down the run because they have taken a miss-turn on the Pony run and cant get off
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