The farthest south of the Six Senses, drop into E.S.P.
right before the ridge line starts heading down hill toward peak 7.
Right off the bat you will notice wide open bowl terrain, with easy to spot cliffs and rocks.
The easiest way down E.S.P.
is to head a little right off the top, and then back left.
This route will also help you to see where the cliffs and rocks are and easy ways to avoid them, or if it's your thing, head straight to them.
The snow up top tends to be a little crusty and windblown, but once you start heading down the pitch things will soften up and conditions can be as good as they get.