Light to moderate winds blowing out of the W-SW. Skies were generally clear.
|Unsure on the timing, but it did look relatively recent. This appeared to have been a wet slab, but I did not have a good perspective on the slide.
|Could not see base of debris, listed as a D1.5 but could have approached a D2. Appeared to be triggered by two skiers. Based on other obs, it occurred today between 1100 and 1400. Second photo attached below.
Observed one small slide in Basset Gulch and one apparently human-triggered slide on Senate Peak.
I traveled over very little snow, my primary goal was to get up high and look for recent avalanche activity. Slide in Basset Gulch was the only recent slide I observed in the drainage. I was able to walk on snow in tennis shoes around 1300 on a S/SW aspect at 7,800'. I broke through about 15-20% of the time.