Start zone was in the rocky terrain lookers right. Note the huge cornice above that slide zone. Best part - some Darwin award winner was up there TODAY, while we were taking this photo. They were above the debris, underneath plenty more snow just waiting to take a fast trip down the slope. With the warm day today I have a hard time thinking anybody could be that ignorant.
I ski XC up there pretty regularly as part of my standard gym-avoidance routine. There are almost always tracks in TC these days. People have this cavalier attitude that this is safe terrain. Whatever, dude, get yourself killed and there'll be more pow for the rest of us.
Better pix from the day:
Pretty stable overall, although with the heat later in the day I wouldn't have wanted to be on or under an east aspect. Excellent skiing - excellent.