Oxo/Puzzle Peak Ramp, also referred to as Watermelon Ridge, offers some great low-angle skiing. The ramp is huge and has plenty of space for several laps. The main source of exposure is the east aspect of the Dolomite ridge. You can minimize exposure to this by immediately heading east once Dolomite ridge and the ramp come into view.
**Update – November 26, 2018: A significant rock slide has occurred on the face of the ramp. There is still some skiing on the far looker’s right side; however, the slope may be prone to further slides in the near future.
Access: Park about 1100m north of the Mosquito Creek Parking Lot. Make your way up through the trees. It should eventually open up with Dolomite Shoulder to your left and Puzzle Peak Ramp to your right. Head a little further along the base of Dolomite Shoulder until you see a drainage to your right. Veer right here and make your way up through a lightly treed sections and the moraines that follow. The path from here is clear.