This is the high point of the climb. From here, your descent begins down the snowfield.
Ski the descent just adjacent to the uptrack for an intermediate run down the snowfield all of the way to Panorama Point. Be aware that the lower snowfield has several gullies the peel off to the west that can take you towards the Nisqually Glacier if you lose you landmarks in poor visibility so in those conditions, stay close to the ascent route on the skiers left of the snowfield. Once at Pan Point there are two decent routes. The first is just adjacent to the uptrack on Pan Face. The alternative is on more south facing slope that about 100m west of the uptrack down a steeper (but non-boot tracked) slot that is often pristine if you get up and down early enough. Be aware that small avalanches do occur on this more southerly aspect so weigh the stability of the snow for this decent route. Once below Pan Point, you can ski straight back along your uptrack towards Paradise or turn to the southeast and drop into Edith Creek Valley for some fresh tracks and approach Paradise from the northeast. If you choose to follow the main route back to Paradise, ski along the uptrack, enter the west gully just above the snow play area at Paradise and you’ll find yourself back above the parking lot at the lower lots of Paradise.