It's very steep towards the left side of the slope and most of the time quite icy.
Due to it's lower elevation snow cannons are turned on quite often during the day on the last part of the slope.
To take it safe, keep to the right, where all the scraped off snow accumulates to have a rather chilled run down through the soft muguls.
Beware off the compression and bumps at the very end towards the chairlifts.
You can now take the Senderbahn back up to Hauser Kaibling or the Sonnecklift towards Planai.
There can be longer lines to direction Hauser Kaibling from half past three on, when people come back to their cars on the parking lots at the bottom of Hauser Kaibling after a long skiing day.