This is another of the most famous runs, despite it being on the less popular side of the resort and therefore rarely visited. The Lago Goillet chairlift that serves this track is not an express one, but it's short and allows you to enjoy the view around you, as well as understand the possible off-piste lines that you could enjoy if the snowpack is sufficient to cover the very dangerous rocks that stay underneath the snow. Going towards the left when you leave the chairlift, stay in the middle at the crossroads then go to the left again, where you will find a steep and groomed line.
Keep the left side (going right leads you to Cime Bianche, the Plateau Rosa fast cable car or to the Gran Sometta restaurant) and follow the track down to another steep section.
Here you are almost underneath the cables of Lago Goillet lift and the track is wavy and relatively narrow. As soon as you leave the lift cables on your right, take a short break if the track has been too challenging for you: from here you will enter the second part of the piste, which is wider.
Towards the end is the start of the Lago Goillet lift, or the link to the Ventina track which goes down to Cervinia.