There are a couple of obvious options on this face, both with steep starts through the upper band of crags, and both finding a way through the lower crags. The line described is the most gully like. Start just a few metres to the South of the summit of The Stuic. Traversing in from skiers left may be the best option to get in below the cornice. The angle immediately relents, and you will find yourself on a big slope which appears to come to an edge.
The edge is the lip of an awkward steep sided scoop about half way down. It's worth scoping out the possible entry into this scoop from below if possible, as the entry is above steep craggy ground. It appears that skiers right holds onto the snow the longest, and can offer the last way through the rocks. It may well be that in good conditions, it's possible that a deviation is not required. Once into the scoop, the descent is very easy all the way down to the loch.
The need for care in approaching the scoop means that it isn't as satisfying as other lines, but it's still a nice place to ski.
Approximate Start Height: 1090m
Approximate Descent: 200m
General Aspect: Northeast
Climbing Grade: n/a
Notes: 2 short steep sections: right at the top, and entering the scoop. Otherwise easy angled.