We came across this small slide on our exit from Cutler Ridge. It kind of surprised us. There were no visible tracks entering or leaving the debris, so I assume it released naturally from a cornice fall. I suspect it was overloaded by the same winds on Saturday afternoon that affected some other areas of the Ogden Mountains.
Other than this slide, there were no other signs on instability. We did not travel through other areas that had received significant wind loading.
The snow surface is facetting on all aspects with the continued cold temperatures. Recent surface hoar was observed at lower elevations, growing on tree and bush branches.