The East face of Sgùrr and Lochain is a beautiful 1000ft vertical slope descending directly from the summit. On the skiers right hand side of it, is a shallow gully line, known as "Right Gully". In all but the leanest of snow cover, this gully is indistinguishable from the rest of the face.
It holds snow well, and catches the morning sun, making is a good choice in bright, but lean, firm conditions. From the summit, trend right on easy ground towards the rollover, where the rest of the face drops below you. In the context of this website, the angle isn't very steep - think Summit Gully on Aonach Mor, for example. This line isn't about the angle though, and is completely about the position and location.
There are other shorter options possible dropping off the NE ridge, including a short narrow chute just before the obvious rock band that opens up onto the face.
Approximate Start Height: 1004m
Approximate Descent: 300m
General Aspect: East
Climbing Grade: I
Notes: Easy for the grade.