This wet-loose avalanche triggered naturally at the top and at the steepest points of the Southern-facing bowl below Panorama Point, draining towards Edith Creek. It started at several points, near rocks, and ran aprox. 500ft. becoming wider. The avalanche did not step down, but may have been heavy enough to cause injury.
Signs of Unstable Snow
I traveled up from the Paradise Lot on the popular ski route to Panorama Point to have a look at conditions. I stayed West of Alta-Vista and on the ridge to avoid slopes with the main avalanche concern. I stayed off the main chute below Panorama Point but did not observe any activity, and observed decent sized ( meaning near its run-out it could bury a person) wet loose avalanches consistent with where I expected they could occur on direct Southerly aspects. There was a new snow accumulation of 1"+ of Stellar and mostly Graupel above 6400ft, and a boot penetration of 10cm into Saturated Rounded Polycrystals on the wind blown ridge. The air temp was 0C, overcast and lightly snowing at 1330.
Observed Avalanche Problem #1:
WL, N, R2.5, D2,I, Top, BP,
Observed Avalanche Problem #2:
I did not observe a wet slab in the vicinity of Panorama Point Area.