Started the morning with some excellent east facing tree turns off the Pink pine ridge, finding mainly some sluffing. After a lap, met up with another buddy in the area, and the group of three continued up a bit higher onto the pink pine ridge. This next shot was a bit higher up and had more wind effected snow up high. As suspected, a quick slope cut to a safe zone high on the slope propagated the wind slab. It ran about 80 feet wide and collected at the bottom of the slope... Definitely an unmanageable situation if you got caught up. The crown was 12 inches deep and it slid on the old snow/new snow interface.