Mt Tripyramid, North Peak, North Slide. Faces NNW average gradient 29.5 degrees on 1200 feet of vertical for 2250 feet of sliding (just under 1/2 mile or about 0.68 of a kilometer). Some of the bushy shots ain't so bushy any more.
The series starts with a look down after acsending 60 meters
Then a look up from the same spot
Then looking up a steep and narrow LZ In The upper Exit Chute about 150 meters above the previous shot. The area below the LZ is wide and well tended, giving ample time to deal with the landing and putting on the brakes.
The Exit Chute starts where the shadow ends
The previous frame was taken at the bottom of this stitch
This is about 10 meters higher and 20 meters to skiers right. The slide is 40 meters wide here and gets wider above
Your reporter, as usual, sittin down on the job. That's Mt Washington left of center. It gets steeper above this and stays steeper for another 150 meters, to a 2 meter cairn.
This is the view of the top. Mt. Tecumseh (Waterville Valley Ski Area) and the Osceolas are prominent, left to center.
That cairn is way over 6' high! There's another 5 meters of slide behind this viewpoint.