Today we skied on the Stanley Basin side of Galena Pass. It was warmer than expected. Leaving Ketchum at 1100 it was about 14 F and when we parked on the pass it was 24 F with overcast skies and a calm wind. On our tour up the ridge we experienced widespread collapsing and isolated cracking in some spots. We skied a SW aspect with a slope angle of about 20 degrees. About a quarter of the way down we found a thinner snow pack with a wind crust on top and cross loaded wind slabs . After digging 2 hasty pits we found the snow depth to be 55cm to 70cm. We saw a pencil hard slab around 20cm thick on top of faceted snow. The bottom 30cm had 3 crust layers in it with snow that was 4 fingers to fist hardness. Hard dense slab on top of soft weak snow.