We were descending from Pineapple Pass hugging the base of the cliffs on the skiers right. We had observed numerous pillows and signs of wind slab avalanche potential. The wind was blowing hard from the south, over Pineapple Pass. The new snow was soft and easy to make turns in. While I was still below the rocky cliffs on the skiers right of the Great Scott bowl, I triggered this D1 avalanche. It didn't have much energy and stopped moving downhill within 50ft because the bowl mellowed out. The soft slab propagated surprisingly far ahead of me and the snow ran around and past me as I continued traversing along the side of the bowl.