We crested the ridge just after paraglider stick, and noticed that there had been a small recent avalanche 100 or 200 yards away to the east, our position was approximately the bottom third of the avalanche. We had felt a couple small whumps along the way to that spot, but we didn't actually see it slide, it must have occured just before we crested, but we had no idea. We talked about it and wondered if it could have been triggered by the sun while we were climbing, we didn't even realize we had remote triggered it until we got back to the parking lot and other observers told us we had caused it. We convinced ourselves that the south/east aspects were the problems due to the wind, sun, drizzle crust, and new snow, so we continued up to the ridge proper with plans to get to the weather station and examine N aspects. Above the rocks almost to the ridge top was another whumph, this one the biggest yet. This may have caused a small avalanche on the west aspect, but again we didn't see it or realize it had happened until we went down and looked back up.
Once on the ridge we abandoned our plans to continue to the weather station, and came down the West face. When we got down to the parking lot we were told that near the same time the small avalanche occured, a bigger avalanche had crossed the road. We didn't really see or hear sign of this from the skin track or the ridge. I assume the small avalanche we remote triggered then remote triggered the bigger avalanche that crossed the road.