Table Mountain Saddle
In some years, you may climb the wall to the south to reach the southern Table Mtn. Plateau, but cornices often prevent this short extension of the climb.
From the saddle, turn to the East and NE to descend following your uptrack. Remember to bear right on the descent, especially on the lower first bench. Failure to move far enough eastward out on to the north face of the mountain can be very dangerous. The natural roll of the pitches below the first bench will steer you to words the cliff bands that you passed on the way up. Descend to the right of the elbow out onto the north face of Table Mountain for the long runs to the basin. If you fail to do this, you may find yourself slipping over 50 foot cliffs or other rock bands that will ruin your day.
The main run is a fabulous slope in summer - 40-45 degrees at the top with a long runout to the Bagley Lakes Basin. Enjoy.