We started from the Granite trailhead around 8 AM. On our way up, the snow in this chute seemed fairly settled. On our way back down from Low Mountain, we crossed the chute around 4. Sometime in the interim, there had been a small slide in the chute. I took a screenshot of where exactly we were. As you can see from the pictures, the snow stopped sliding just below our location. I could not tell how far up it started from. We saw a few other people on the mountain in the morning (heading up Granite), but there did not seem to be any tracks through the chute when we got back (though they may have just not been obvious). Snow in the morning had been firm and did not really slide at all. With the sun in the afternoon we did observe occasional small roller balls but nothing too concerning - other, of course, than this.