Exposed at the top, this run provides some twists and turns before delving into the forest.
The Forry run traverses it about half way down, so look out to your left.
If you decide it was a bad idea then hang right at this point and take the chair back up.
Otherwise continue down what is often a crisp and grippy run early in the season, when open, then changing into an icy and more challenging run towards the end of February onwards.
Finishing at around 900m above sea level, it is worth thinking about the conditions for the time of year you are there before embarking on this run.
That said, Samoëns is open longer than Morillon throughout the season due to its north facing, snow-containing and excellently groomed pistes.