Just as Jed, Allie and Jake have been saying. In deeper loaded spots the snow is pretty strong, lousy structure, and high propagation potential on the basal facets.
There is a moderately reactive layer in the top third of the pack; wind effected facets over a thin (3cm) layer of less cohesive facets.
CT12 RP Down 35cm 1F facets over 4 F facets
CT25 SC Entire pack, HS 120cm, slab primarily 50cm P hard directly above F hard basal facets.
Even though the hazard is “moderate” heed the advice to dial back your acceptable slope angles and consequences. There are shallow, weak spots waiting to be found.