While exiting Pika Bowl via a NW traverse to the pillowed line to the valley floor, we crossed deposition from a large avalanche that originated in one of the seldom skied bowls east of Spire Gully. The debris was soft with no large blocks and did not contain any of the rain crust which indicated that it was likely just the storm snow running over the rain crust. It was snowing heavily which prevented us from seeing the start zone. This debris crossed an up track from a party who climbed to Pika Bowl on a less common route on 12/29 and there was no new snow on the debris which indicated that this slide ran during the day 12/30. We saw one sign of instability on a short, steep slope (see photo) but generally found excellent conditions and could manage concerns with route selection.