We experienced a wide array of snow quality on the ground and falling from the sky during our travels. We generally skied northern aspects which held great quality snow especially at upper elevations. Debris from tree bombs and avalanches formed during last week’s warm up became more buried Saturday into Sunday. On steeper slopes the debris was still noticeable but manageable. We expected and experienced sluffing on steeper aspects. Travel was pretty slow due trail breaking in knee deep new snow. Most of the morning it was snowing quite hard S1-S2. By midday the precip had changed from fluffy flakes to flakes mixed with graupel. As we exited mid afternoon the snow quality deteriorated as we descended along Nason Creek. The snow from 3900’ and down was manky mash tater consistency. Looks like more snow and cool temps will bring a nice refresh.