Spring was in the air on our tour today, with warm temps and some wet loose activity. The low-density storm snow from earlier this week seemed to be getting properly heated for the first time today - textbook glopping conditions on the skin up. Higher up on the ridge, we saw plenty of evidence of wind transport but did not come across any reactive wind slabs. The wind was blowing hard at the top from the west and still moving a fair bit of snow around in the alpine (small snow-nados). This morning's forecast of small wet loose slides on slick crusts verified on the low-30s south slopes of Gladiator. In the terrain we were in, these were easy to manage but could have be more problematic in steeper terrain.