Parked at Copper Mountain mid-morning (CLR, Light/NW, warmer) and toured up the south ridge, aim was to look for solid turns. Great skiing out there today, didn't appear to be a lot of terrain of concern. Avoided higher elevation rocky terrain areas with faceted snow from dry weather. The most exposed avi place on our tour was the run off the south ridge line (around 34/35 degrees), to the skiers left closer towards the valley and the end of the day. It was warmer this afternoon so it is smart to watch for wet cracks /loose facets, particularly on the steeper, sun facing aspects. On the steeper slope I just discussed, bonding was just enough to break, however no significant sliding was noticed. Danger would increase if snowfall became significant.