Skinned up to the summit of Lichtenberg Mtn via Nason Creek. Observed old wet slide debris, large D2-2.5, from the SW slopes of the SE summit. Runnels were ever present at all elevations. All day there was a supportable crust in most locations. Snow was softer and less supportable near trees. A few signs of early glide cracks that allowed for easy penetration with ski pole.
By late morning and very early afternoon the snow had softened up to make for some fine corn skiing back down to Nason Creek. Snow around 4500' felt to be softening up quite a bit and with a little more afternoon sun felt like would likely slide if triggered.