HS = 28-30"
Basal 4-5" consist of frozen melt forms, pencil hardness. This is similar to what I saw in the Maple Hollow area 2 weeks ago. Generally a good basal layer to have.
The mid pack consist of 2 finger hardness rounds.
The upper pack consists of weakening and faceting snow that grades from 4 finger to fist hardness.
I also dug a quick pit on a northeast-facing slope at the head of Copelys Canyon (due east of my pit location) and found similar conditions.
Overall the surface snow seems to be weakening.
1. Upper Copleys canyon, I dug a quick pits on the foreground slope.
2. The terrain in Cedar Spring Canyon from my past observations, this area is now sled access only (or a really long trudge even by Pahvant standards).
Overall a low danger in the area traveled today but I would still have some concerns in the upper more exposed areas I would speculate a moderate hazard in these areas and am not ready to say low for the whole range.