Was about 80% of the way up to the top of the middle meadow on history rock this morning when we remotely triggered a small avalanche from the skin track. Slide was just new snow that had fallen within prior 24hrs. Crown of about 8 inches, 20ish feet wide by 20 feet long. Face that slid was east facing. We took this as a sign to reconsider skiing something even as low key as history rock and decided to ski the skin track back.
[Dropped the pin for this observation exactly where I believe the observation to have occurred. Took an OnX waypoint while out there to help too.]