Rather steep from this point of view (too steep to turn, it appears) this montage shows the face into Pincher from skier's right of the main drainage, and the final drop into the top of the chute.

The chute is straightforward...   getting into it is the problem.

April 2000      Skiers: Chris Foy
If you stay on the ridge below the Cleaver, it drains into this chute, so you usually go left or right around the cliff band that pincher is in.  The left edge of the ridge is also a cliff band, so there are only a few places to get into Stokes from here (you can see the cliffs lining the right side of Stokes as you ski it).

This chute is a waterfall in the summertime, as you can tell from the other photo of this chute from the bottom.