Quick tour up Ghoulies and down to Canyon Ck along with two laps on Skooks face and exit out the southern ridge of Skooks chutes. Wind really picked up on top of Skooks with visible transport and some aspects showing surface wind affect with the effect being a semi-stiff wind board.
Observed a crown line on the northern portion of Skooks face (see avy tab) as well as a glide crack above Fiberglass on the Skooks chutes. Kept our lines to <35 degrees with no signs of instability.
The canyon was the busiest we have ever seen between skiers/snowboarders and sleds...
Difficult to determine time of avalanche but guessing past few days as the slide was still fairly visible despite recent new snow and wind snow transport. Slope angle map indicates 35-45 degree slope where avalanche occured. Crown ranged from 1-2 feet with the debris field being difficult to see at this point.
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