The Crooked Mile was carved by the trunk glacier in Albion Basin.  As a result the Crooked Mile is a smooth gentle run with little variability in terrain.  Underlying rocks are the Alta Stock which forms rounded outcrops.  There are incremental changes in inclination on this run that makes it an excellent teaching hill for advanced-beginners and intermediate skiers.

The smooth, gentle groomed slopes of Crooked Mile make it the best beginner/intermediate run in the Wasatch Mountains.

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