High Noon:
The High Noon Ski Run is a wide intermediate ski run that's generally groomed frequently.
High Noon Sundance Trees
The trees between High Noon and Sundance can provide a little variety near the top of the run
Independence Day, 2011
The High Noon Trail is generally the last run open on the lower mountain in the Spring or Summer. With a good crowd out to enjoy A-Basin's last day in 2011, it was a little crowded.
High Noon in June
High Noon on a nice June day at Arapahoe Basin, accomodating skiers and snowboards of all ages and abilities.

The High Noon trail is an intermediate cruiser on the front side of A-Basin that runs from near the top of Black Mountain Express to the Base Lodge. It's generally entirely groomed, unlike it's companion run, Ramrod (Ramrod's left side is typically left as moguls). A good warm-up cruiser.

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