Here's helmet cam footage from the top in 2009. This is non stop footage of my first run on "ROC" and where I stop is about 50-60% of the way down to the LZ. Video taken with my first generation Contour so doesn't do a great job of long range shots, but you'll get the essence of it.
Made 4 runs on ROC on our last day with the Gothics. It is still in the active run list and accessed by both the Gothics and Adamants lodges (technically Gothics tenure, but AD will poach if possible - friendly rivalry).
We had 2 groups of skiers sharing one 212 this day, and the other group was a bit more 'experienced' and slower. They were given the basic line and skied straight down the middle as shown in the photo above (this poster is also hanging in my home). This group only made one lap here before skiing some adjacent runs so we could schralp.
Run one for our group (and what is shown on the video above) is down the gut at top (sharing the tracks of group 1) then off skier's right onto a pretty nice pitch. I'd say the slope angle is 34-38 degrees on average. Runs 2-4 were skiers left of the middle line from the poster and if you watch this clip, you'll see it gets a bit steeper (maybe 38-40 in parts). We basically ski lines between the cliff bands that are exposed in the poster shot.
Overall it is a great pitch with a lot of turns to be made and was the memory of our trip that season. We were with other veteran CMH'ers who've been coming to the Gothics for many years and they say it is a 1 in 10 year type of experience. I know the member of my group who skied that day remember it fondly and as recently as last year we tried to get there from the Adamants in mid-April but got weathered out before getting close enough to hop over. Oh well, something to hopefully look forward to the future...
Run 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TscQr8VE7e0&list=UUrYENrGW_7Uy3pnidGSkb2A&index=9&feature=plcp
Run 4 - http://youtu.be/3ouatJ9JKQM