Kimberly leads to a split.
Going left brings a skier onto more blue terrain, while going right onto Navigator offers easier skiing and fantastic views.
Navigator stays on a cat track which narrows at the top before widening after you leave tree cover.
There are views of the Snow Park area as well as Jordanelle Reservoir.
Navigator gets slightly steeper, but wider as it descends toward the junction with upper Deer Hollow.
Skiers who have height anxiety should stay right.
It is not a sheer cliff however.
The drop off the left side of Navigator is skiable with enough snowpack, just very challenging and densely wooded.