# Fall line

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A line perpendicular to the contour, which has the greatest pull of '''[[gravity]]'''. The line a round ball would roll down if the slope was free from obstructions. | A line perpendicular to the contour, which has the greatest pull of '''[[gravity]]'''. The line a round ball would roll down if the slope was free from obstructions. | ||

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+ | == Also see == | ||

+ | *'''[[Slope]]''' | ||

+ | *'''[[Grade]]''' | ||

+ | *'''[[Inclinometer]]''' | ||

+ | *'''[[Mountain]]''' | ||

+ | *'''[[Grade]]''' | ||

+ | *'''[[Slope Length]]''' | ||

+ | *'''[[Average Grade]]''' | ||

+ | *'''[[Landforms]]''' | ||

+ | *'''[[Vertical Transport Feet Per Hour]]''' | ||

+ | *'''[[Lift Capacity Per Hour]]''' | ||

+ | *'''[[Lift Line Speed]]''' | ||

+ | *'''[[Ski lift]]''' | ||

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## Current revision

** Fall line** is an imaginary line that combines the steepest pitch and most direct line, from top to bottom, of any slope.

A line perpendicular to the contour, which has the greatest pull of **gravity**. The line a round ball would roll down if the slope was free from obstructions.

## [edit] Also see

**Slope****Grade****Inclinometer****Mountain****Grade****Slope Length****Average Grade****Landforms****Vertical Transport Feet Per Hour****Lift Capacity Per Hour****Lift Line Speed****Ski lift**

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