Felt confident skiing steep (40°+) north/northwest terrain at 7,000', while managing dry sluffs. Wind loading was present throughout the day. Northerly aspects held up to 6 inches of new, dry snow on top of a semi firm crust in places. By the end of the day, low elevations and southerly aspects held very wet, sticky snow. Observed in real time a small skier triggered wind slab at 7,300' on a northeast slope, ran for 100'. By early afternoon southerly slopes released a plethora of D1-D1.5 wet slides. Wonderful tour out enjoying a sunny day away from the rona peoples.
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