best place to park is the upper lodge but it's closed on weekdays/non-holidays
that side of the mountain also has less people
chairs 4,5,6,7,8 get the most traffic
chair 1 is a deathtrap if you don't know where you're going
chair 4 can deliver when everything else doesn't
if you cross a boundary rope or go through a backcountry gate and someone yells at you it's because they don't want to be the one to find your body during the summer thaw
THERE ARE SPECIFIC REASONS AS TO WHY I AM MORE LOCAL THAN YOU
Thanks for the info. My GF and I got busted ducking ropes, got our passes clipped and had to do an avalanche awareness test to get it back. I'm used to Big White where ducking a rope means nothing but powder and good terrain, at Baker ropes stop you from 300' death drops.