Analysing terrain data
Accessible from the Gentianes chair and the Corbalanche chair.
Exposed at the top, this run initially starts off narrow and quite flat allowing a cruisy start.
On a ridge, with the cliff to the right and a steep powder field (that leads nowhere) to the left, it is important to stay within the piste markers.
Keep the electricity pylons to your right.
As it is exposed, the first part can be prevalent with cloud cover, so pick your day carefully- it's invariably full of powder when covered by cloud! The piste widens after about 500-600m becoming very different, with trees to give definition and steep rolling terrain - this is the hard part which is really going to give your legs a work out.
On a good day there is visibility towards the Kedeuze telecabine.
The run out at the bottom is a gulley to the right, ending on a mountain track leading you to the Gentianes chairlift- from here you can decide whether to do it all again (or not!).
Popular when there has been a fresh powder fall, and plenty of moguls when there is no fresh powder.