We did not dig any study pits today, but we did notice several older layers of wind slabs in hand pits along the skin track. We did not get on any slopes that were recently wind loaded, but older wind slabs were stubborn in hasty hand pits. It was easy to identify the persistent weak layers on top of a crust at lower elvations (~1100') with pole probes. There was plenty of debris from recent loose snow avalanches on all aspects, rollerballs on solar aspects, and a few small wind slabs that were probably 2 days old on northerly aspects. No signs of recent activity on the persistent weak layers.