East facing bumps lead past a big stout single tree and continue to a runout across flat terrain to the groomed Sunset.
The very top of the run can be scoured by wind if it hasn't snowed for a while.
Stay wide of the tree as thin cover can reveal ski gouging rocks.
Past the tree, the cover and snow quality is often much better.
Emerald can be joined part way down by skiing Northstar and cutting through an obvious gap to the left.
From here down, the snow quality is typically much more predictable than the very top.
Emerald is a black run, usually bumpy.
Skiers should be comfortable on moderate moguls.