Using binoculars in Ogden, got a good look at the South face of Ben Lomond and West-facing mountains to the south towards North Ogden Divide. Also looked at the West side of Mt. Ogden above the city.
Observed numerous, fresh wet point releases. A dozen or more of these triggered larger, wet sluffs, deeply filling in gullies and running 400-800 vertical feet. These were on Northwest through West through South aspects. Most of the large gullies I looked at had some form of wet debris in them. Nearly all steep, rocky areas appeared to have rollerball activity - literally hundreds off of a single cliff band.
I did not observe any wet slabs or anything that looked like it stepped down to weaker layers.