ok. so at the top of paradise, you will see tracks (or not if you're really lucky) going down a trail that pretty much traverses left away from the single. follow this in. you will see many small chutes going down for the entire way. these are collectively known as octopuses garden, or octo for short. they all come out in relatively the same place. they are very steep at top, but get a little flatter and more open towards the bottom. there is usually some really nice powder farther down, but up top gets pretty scraped fast.
if you keep traversing left, you will hit a large chute, and find yourself standing atop a large cliff. there are several ways down, which you choose depends on ability and conditions. if you stay far left, there is a way around the biggest drop. keep going down. after the first cliff, there is a second one. again, there are different ways to hit it, but unlike the first one there is no alternate way around it. there is at least a mandatory 7ft drop. it widens out below the second cliff, but then quickly funnels back into a chute, that traverses left. if you go right, you can get to the largest and final cliff, but it's only good on a day w/ great conditions. the trail goes down and widens out after the left-traverse. there is always great powder in this part due to the variety of options.
as you will see, there are always chutes leading from various places. they are usually narrow and untracked. remember, everything leads to the bottom, so it's hard to get lost, just ski down. however, i would stress this above all else, NEVER go in there alone. all it takes is one protruding log or rock or one caught edge, and you can become unable to get yourself out.
i will be up next saturday, brown pants, yellow/brown striped jacked, brown helmet. looking forwards to meeting you if you are up