We toured out Owl Creek to Saviers Peak via the east ridge. The snow was incredibly variable at all elevations. Good skiing was only found on terrain sheltered from the sun AND wind. Alpine terrain is almost entirely wind and/or sun affected. We thought protected couloirs may hold good snow, but we were wrong. I estimated about 2" of new snowfall fell throughout the day, and there was steady wind loading occurring all day. We found a small wind slab on our chosen descent and would expect that hazard to be on other leeward slopes.
We felt safe traveling below and through avalanche terrain, but stayed alert for new wind slabs. There was evidence of rollerballs and possible cornice collapses from the previous day when it was warmer. There is good skiing out there but it's finicky to find. We were happy with our decision to not bootpack up a north aspect, which would have guaranteed wallowing in bottomless facets.