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Blue Mountain - a very narrow and winding trail

Today I went to Blue Mountain and came across a trail that is very narrow ( probably just enough for 2 riders maneuver side by side ) and winding.
I forgot where it is and the name of the trail.
Anyone knows that trail ?
Thanks.
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There's a new green in the orchard, farthest run on skiers right. Or there's the return run from the orchard.

Or bear claw off the southern comfort chair.

Or lone rider off the north chair.
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There's a new green in the orchard, farthest run on skiers right. Or there's the return run from the orchard.

Or bear claw off the southern comfort chair.

Or lone rider off the north chair.
Cool, Lamps. U got it right.. it is the return run from the orchard,
the Southern Cross, as confirmed by video on youtube.
The entry to that run is quite special. It looks like they cut through a big
rock. I just wish they made it longer.
'Bear Claw' ? did u mean 'Bear Trail' ?
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Yah, bear trail.
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Came around a corner on that one last weekend narrowly missing another boarder who felt it was a good time for a perpendicular parking job and skated right over a massive ice patch before I knew it (unscathed). For a green it is lots of fun but not for the faint of heart boarder. The good news is it sloped enough not to worry about momentum loss. Not sure how happy I would be on it during one of our fog outs though.
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