I dug a pit today on the wind loaded northeast aspect of a 6500' peak and found 50" to the sage covered, frozen ground, with very dense, uniform composition and no weak layers, crusts discernable. Best snowpack I seen in 37 years out here. No powdered sugar hollow depth hoar cavity over unfrozen ground! The 3' sagebrush has filled very uniformly with only a few collapsing pockets here and there. Looking good out here! Yey!