Easy Gully is the large ramp that cuts below the "Post Face". In its upper reaches, it is more of a wide shelf, and only becomes gully like about a quarter of the way down. Initially, the descent should be started away from the cliff, but make sure you cut back left towards it soon, as the shelf degenerates into broken ground and then a cliff. You can cut back into the gully at a number of points, but do not leave it too low. The lowest reasonable point to cut in is opposite the sizeable icefall of "Last Post". The gully is initially a wind sculpted 1/4 pipe before narrowing and steepening slightly lower down. Hopefully, the scree fan below is covered with snow allowing you to get some big turns on your descent to the lochan.
There are several big ice routes and usually some massive cornices above Easy Gully. After a thaw, the gully can be littered with ice and cornice debris. It is also prone to avalanche, and you can be avalanched from the gullies above, so be wary of this. This is also the main access to the ice routes, so it is possible you will encounter climbers in the gully itself.
Approximate Start Height: 1020m
Approximate Descent: 400m
General Aspect: North
Climbing Grade: I
Notes: Easy for Grade I