Avalanche activity from last week was more apparent as the sun came out... as pictured below, this includes a slab just below ridgeline of Wolverine on a SW aspect, and two slides (D1.5 - 2) around 2000' on the small corniced SW aspect that's on skinners right of the usual Eddies uptrack. The crowns had been blown back in, and for the Eddies slides in particular the only real evidence of the activity was the debris piles, which included blocks that were up to 2' thick. Small to large debris piles were also present below Tincan Proper, Seattle Ridge (pictured), and at the back of the drainage between Eddies and Tincan.
A lone small wet loose slide was observed on a southerly steep cross loaded feature on Seattle Ridge late in the afternoon.
Finally, on the drive home a large crown and a variety of smaller crowns were seen on the mountain between Portage and Placer creeks - see photos below.