Catwalk is the easiest way down from the top of Chair One . It also provides access to Catwalk Trees, Upper Richards, Mambo, and Tempest. As the name implies, it is a "cat walk" or road for snow cats. It, along with it's beginner companion, Mambo, are generally the first runs to open in October.
There's nothing really too noteworthy about Catwalk - it's primarily a way to get from point A to point B, and the easiest way for beginning skiers and snowboarders to get down from the top of Lift One to Mambo. But, you can often enjoy lift-served skiing in mid-October on Catwalk!
All information is unofficial, and merely an opinion. Catwalk might be a lot more interesting than I assert. Do not rely upon the this website as an authoritative guide to Loveland Basin or any other ski area. Visit the official Loveland website for information as to trail conditions. Use your own judgment. Do not ski into trees.
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