From Obs: "Big whumf a cracking on south east slope 8000 feet elevation. sub 25 degrees angle. Super loud and scary when it fractured. Broke to the ground. Small crown up higher on same slope."
A separate group wrote: "We got 5-6 good whumphs while skinning around. It was snowing S-1 all day with light winds. We saw a group skiing a low angle ridge with a fresh crown off to the side of the ridge where it’s steeper, maybe 10-20’ from their tracks. It looked very much like they remote triggered it but I can’t be sure. The slide was R1D1.5, definitely broke into old snow."