I've been riding for 21 years. Riding the backcountry and riding a splitboard for the last ten.
This is a line I would have tried within the first five years of when I started riding. I had the riding ability then, but not the backcountry knowledge to do it safely.
It really is a proud line. Around 50 degrees for the first 200-300 vertical, and a solid 45 degrees for another 1500 vertical maybe longer. Throw in the huge cliffs lining the chute and you have a life long memory burn. The Dead Elk and Dragon's Tongue lines also look pretty amazing. If I get lucky I may get to do a return trip to do one of those or maybe a crazy line on Notch Top. Hard to say though, as weather and temps have a big say on if I can even attempt a line like that or not. Coming back home alive is the number one goal when I go out.