The possible skier triggered glide avalanche in this observation has been identified. This skier's track is actually a forecasters track that was made prior to any sign of glide crack or avalanche release. The glide crack and resulting glide avalanche did not occur until a few days after the skiers track was made. However, looking at the picture we can clearly see why the observer thought this glide avalanche was triggered by a skier. It is extremely unlikely and rare that a human would trigger glide avalanche and the general safety advice is to steer clear of any signs of glide cracks or releases.