4-5” unconsolidated powder on stout ice layer below 4500’ elevation, which turned into 7-8” powder on breakable crust higher up. Wind deposits were evident in places. We noticed sluffs moving on ice layer. As storm snow consolidates and settle I’d keep an eye on that interface. Though crust/ice layer generally seemed wet, which made me think snow should bond well, I’d continue to keep an eye on this. Travel conditions were ok and improved higher up. We got drenched in warm snow at lower elevations.