Barry Barry Steep, Snowbird, Utah, USA

Massive vertical drops, terrifying cliff face descents and spectacular on-piste tree runs.

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One of the best tree runs in the United States, this intermediate-level run winds through snow-dusted conifers. Part of the attraction of Barry Barry Steep, a northwest-facing tree line that is scary, steep and long, is that is generally ignored by the masses.

As such, you’ll have Barry to yourself — it’s long, twisting fall line and perfectly spaced trees making it one of the truly great tree runs in snowboarding. And as Snowbird averages approximately 13-metres of unusually low-density, dry powder annually, snow shouldn’t be a problem.

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