With the sport having stretched into a year around activity, we are perhaps a month or so late discussing this important issue. There has been much discussion, some challenging exits and a few accidents reports, reported on the Collective in "Winter's past." Here is a starter list of areas of concern..... *-The Moki exit of the North Forks of Robber's Roost forks is totally north facing and even in minimal snow, it holds snow when there is barely any snow in the area. Just a little snow makes this exit a non-starter. I seem to recall that a group went very far down and found an exit? Someone with a hurt foot, another time? A few rescues for sure. One could go out the White Roost exit but that is very FAAAAAAAR way and far from your vehicle. The Crack exit of the NF of Robbers Root faces south, but is steep and could hold blowing snow. Still, spotting a car there is a possibility for the other forks and mitigating this concern *-The Lost Spring canyons of Arches, the area accessed by the interstate, has a northern and very exposed exit. This is the site of a bad accident. If you are out there, it is not too far to scout the exit before committing to the canyons. I heard rumor that there may be other exits further down, but I am not sure. *-Chambers climb back up is mostly south facing, but does have a descent, on exit, that is north facing and often holds snow. It can be linked tree to tree with long ropes....something not taken into Chambers under normal conditions *-Pandora's up canyon exit is north exposed and at altitude. It is class 4 normally and is broken, which is helpful, but it is exposed and dangerous too. Plan to go down canyon, in winter, unless the area is snow free, which is not common These just off the top of my head. Can others add to the list?