A fun, high visibility line off the summit of No Name. The face due East from the summit of No Name usually fills in better and has less cornice danger than most of the rest of the cirque. This line gets skied fairly frequently and is a really fun line in good conditions. It slides less than it looks like it would, but is in the prime slope angle range for slides so be careful. In May of 2013 the entire face ripped out to the ground across the entire width of the line … a reminder of the hazards that persistent weak layers can represent throughout the entire season.