Cloudy morning with a few flurries got progressively sunnier throughout the day. Cold temperatures and only light ridgetop winds.
Observed numerous D1 Dry Loose avalanches, some of which were actively being triggered by sunshine dropping snow from trees and rocks while we were out. Spotted a few filled in crowns that looked like they were shallow soft slabs. Cornices were young and tender but not overly large where we traveled.
The snow was rightside up over the Solstice Crust that was found 83cm below the surface. A few interstorm layers showed unimpressive breaks during compression tests and there was 30cm of new low-density snow that had fallen overnight. Overall fantastic skiing on all aspects. At the end of the day, slopes that see a lot of direct sunshine had formed the slightest suncrust.