The Go Go Gully Shrine (Aspen Highlands)
This is what Neal Beidleman has to say about Go Go Gully in his book "Aspen Ski and Snowboard Guide" page 62: "Head down Y-2 Whips and bear left a third of the way down. A steep narrow gully appears if there is snow coverage. There's also a gnar-gnar entrance from the upper Hyde Park shelf--but usually the only traffic it sees, owing to its southerly aspect, is that of Go Go's ski-packing tracks, getting it ready (or not) for a storm that will actually fill it in..." The skis in the Shrine are HEAD, and there is a skull and crossbones sign.
Photos of the Shrine are below; click on images to enlarge.