If you going up the "pipe" something a bit more stable is better so it doesn't turn and hit a tree(teebird!). There is the big anhyzer route that is the ace run but is risky depending how the wind is blowing that day.
Keep in mind that the path and anything to the right is OB. So going up the gut can be very punishing considering that playing from where the disc first went out of bounds puts you only 50 feet from the tee pad and staring at a double bogie.
My biggest problem with going up the pipe is that there is a pole smack dab in the center, just waiting to punish you for cutting the corner.
I highly recommend taking the anhyzer route. I throw a 171g sidewinder with hyzer angle and aim for the top of the far pine tree. This takes the OB out of play, and with the headwind can provide a good ace run opportunity.
For advanced players that are right handed and throw primarily backhand I would recommend a roller for either deep right positions. The middle position can be reached by throwing an anhyzer shot with driver like an Orc or Valkyrie. There is a straight position rarely used, but if it is I would throw a midrange at it . A roc or buzzz type disc will get there. Try to avoid throwing down the path on the right and avoid hyzering out into the road on the left.