From obs: "Today my partner and I skied the Peruvian Face on the N side of 10,602 in Beehive Basin. We originally were going to ski Bolivia. I went out into the start zone on belay and decided to turn around due to an 8” hard slab on what appeared to be a decomposing, unsupportable sun crust. We then scrambled the ridge to the top of Peru. After the good ol throw a rock and see what happens test, the start zone appeared to be soft and slightly loaded. I made a ski cut across the top of the path and pulled out a 6-8” wind slab 30’ wide and ran 3/4 of the path. We then skied variable snow/debris to the bottom. There was evidence of wet loose activity from the previous warming on many aspects in the south fork of Spanish creek"
Number of slides
Soft slab avalanche
c-A controlled or intentional release by the indicated trigger
I - Interface between new and old snow
Slab Thickness units
Single / Multiple / Red Flag