Standard Manitoba route.
0 c at the car, broken skies, light south winds. Weather was consistent throughout the day and we saw temps down to -5 c at the top.
No obvious signs of instability.
The route was skinable from the highway if you are willing to cross some grass, roots, and rocks. After beating some brush and grass a true, yet thin snowpack develops around the base of the main run at 2400 ft.
A quick pit at 3300 ft showed varying snow depths from 75-110 cm. Height of new snow was 20- 30 cm with a supportable right side up snowpack. Stability test were unreactive.
Skiing quality was high for hippies that love moderate terrain with boot top pow.