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Signature Trail Series: Hells Bells

February 5, 2015

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Next up on the Signature Trail Series is Hells Bells. (Check out other posts in the series about Heading Home, Minder Binder, Exhibition, and Hully Gully.)

Hells Bells is one of our steeper runs on the Angel Fire Resort Mountain. It is a favorite of more advanced skiers of all ages. Many of the original trails, like Hell’s Bells start with an “H” to honor of Roy H. Lebus, founder of Angel Fire Resort. Hell’s Bells is an advanced, black trail. You can ski steeps, gladed skiing, moguls and powder. It is a perfect introduction to black diamond skiing at Angel Fire Resort.

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Hell’s Bells is located on the backside of the mountain. You can take a run through Liberation Terrain Park or take Alley to access this trail. Hells Bells begins with a nice steep, then opens up into a bowl. The snow on Hell’s Bells stays super consistent, even in spring, you can still get some powder turns near the trees.

AFR Insider Tip

If you are a snowboarder, keep up your speed on Alley to access this trail. The lower part of Hell’s Bells is a bowl, that is shaped some-what like a half pipe. It can be fun if you have the space to turn from side to side. If you stay skier’s right there is a small cliff that you can test your courage on.

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