Apart from being a bit of a mouthful trying to pronounce the name, this is a fantastic, fairly snow sure descent despite its southerly aspect. If you don't fancy trying to pronounce it, you could use the translation, which is "burn of the froth", or even better, the frothy burn. From the top of Ben Macdui, you should be able to get a full 600m of descent, even after a considerable thaw.
The large shallow bowl below the Sputan Dearg-Macdui col is very easy angled, but just watch out for big holes during a thaw! Head for the outflow of the bowl, staying just right of the stream line. Even if it is a bit patchy with heather showing through, stay on the right hand side and keep going. As the angle steepens, you should then be presented with a long tongue of snow forming the West bank of the stream line that reliably offers a descent to the 700m contour.
Approximate Start Height: 1220m
Approximate Descent: 520m
General Aspect: South
Climbing Grade: n/a