Wind slabs were seen above treeline on the Worm Flows Route all the way to the summit. They were primarily isolated on south/south east facing slopes below convexities. Wind-textured snow was easy to spot - as well as wind scoured and icy areas on the windward side. When skinning up on these slab pockets, there was isolated collapsing of the snow below directly below our skis but no cracks or whumphing. Any medium+ sized slabs were easy to avoid. We avoided S/SE steep convex rollovers on the descent to avoid skiing in these slabs.