Spent a full day in Klahhane Bowl. A stout crust greeted us on the approach to Victor’s Pass. Last night must have been very calm, as we observed larger (up to 1cm) surface hoar in a more widespread distribution than yesterday. Encountered cold dry snow in shaded areas and wet, sun affected snow on solar aspects. Interesting contrast of dry loose sluff in the shade and active wet loose releases in the sun. Kicked off very large roller balls on open south facing slopes while descending to the car. Tried to stick to the trees on the descent and found mashed potato snow in the shade on that southern aspect. Ridgeline winds seemed on the high end of light/low end of moderate and felt colder than yesterday’s airflow. Sun protection recommended!