A superb run down the south face, starting by the southern cairn on the summit ridge. The descent starts down a shallow corridor, before cutting across a small snow arete that allows access to the bowl of the corrie. If snow cover allows, then a direct line into the corrie would obviously be possible, but the line described persists late into the season, despite its southerly aspect. The southern main drainage line from the corrie often holds snow late into the season, offering a long descent low down into the Lairig Ghru. If this is present, then the overall descent can be in excess of 600m!
Approximate Start Height: 1290m
Approximate Descent: 350m
General Aspect: South
Climbing Grade: n/a
Notes: Comparable to a resort black run in the upper section.