Took a few days and traveled through the Dakobed Range to Glacier Peak, summitted Glacier Peak, and then exited Lightening Creek.
Multiple large to very large recent shedding avalanches were observed with impressive springtime debris piles in the runout of most slide paths throughout our journey. Still some large cornices and blocks of snow that need to come down.
Witnessed countless D1-D1.5 loose wet avalanches as we traveled, and came across D2 sized debris piles that we did not directly witness - most of this activity was on 4/29. We were also able to trigger Wet Loose avalanches easily off ski tips, entraining significant snow before running toward valley bottoms.
Counted 5 Wet Slabs throughout our tour, some in inexplicable locations. Probably largest was a solid D2, possibly approaching D2.5.
Witnessed blowing snow on the night of 4/28 and there were a few shallow slabs in the mornin of 4/29 before giving way to a mix of sun, clouds, and light rain all at the same time with significant greenhousing which attributed to the active day.
On another note, its still mush season - we were probably 2 weeks too early or 2 weeks too late for the trip. Minimal powder or corn except for the descent of Glacier Peak. Road crew and trail crew have their work cut out for them this year.