2 profiles HS ranges from 20 to 24".
The first profile is from a northeast aspect at 9100. The second, shallower, profile is from a more easterly aspect at 8800'.
Both contain about a foot of new snow sitting on a pencil hardness , supportable rain crust. The basal layer of the new snow consists of dense graupel. The basal snow is damp rounding sub millimeter facets.
Photos below, taken on the Maple Hollow/ Johnson Canyon ridge at the top of the burn:
1st: Minor cornice formation, not sensitive.
2nd: Slight wind affect on the ridge.
1st: Sluffing in steep terrain.
2nd: Profiles were taken on he backside of the uppermost ridge.