Analysing terrain data
This is shown as a blue run, but at many resorts, it would be a black.
It is usually groomed, but you can't count on that to get you down KT-22.
Turn right off of the top of KT-22 and bear left down the ridge line, keep your momentum as there is a flat spot before the trail turns into a cat track.
At the end of the cat track, the Saddle proper starts on the right.
It works it's way down to the right at an angle with a double fall line.
It enters another cat track for a short distance bearing right and then goes fall line until is flattens some.
At this point it bears left to the Mountain Run.
If it's your first time or the visibility is bad, watch where you are going as there are cliffs off to the left near the top.
It is more challenging in low snow conditions as deeper snow covers a lot of rocks and terrain.
There is usually a road groomed down the top portion that is the easiest way down, if you are OK with a narrow cat track road surrounded by steeper terrain.