Public Observation: https://nwac.us/public-obs/20220311_n-aspect-at-5200-elevation-on-table-mountain-bagley-lakes-basin-near-artist-point/
From HM Telemetry: less than .1" H20/1" snow had fallen in previous 24 hours. Winds were southerly, overnight gusting into the teens slowly rising to mid-20s gusts by noon. Temperature at Pan Dome (5020') at noon was 25F.
Used information from public observation.
From observation: 1st skier triggered small avalanche (8"-12") crown and was able to avoid getting caught in the slide. Second skier descended the same line after verbal confirmation from first skier and fell near the crown of the first slide, causing a second smaller propagation to occur, which carried the second skier approximately 100ft downslope. The carried skier is believed to have ruptured knee ligaments during the event. The party used his skis as a sled to get him down the steeper section of the slope. He was able to slowly skin back to the parking lot from the flatter valley bottom.