Saw what look like a few crowns and debris piles while driving down Arctic Valley Rd. Visibility was not good, photos are worse.
They were on the west aspect of the shoulder of The Nipple (the high point between Rendezvous Peak and North Bowl at an elevation between 3000′ and 3200′. Debris ran to the valley floor.
I was unable to see if similar west aspects near North Bowl also had debris or crowns.
Also, the WSW aspect at the top of the T-Bar was bare. It may be from wind, or it may have slid. We’ll find out when ski patrol gets up there Saturday morning.