30cm of new snow(fist) on top of 4 finger hardness surgery snow. New snow seemed to be bonded well to snow underneath based on structure in pit with no specific layer separating them. A 5 cm loose faceted base layer. ECT-N19: column broke into pieces with no propagation witnessed (snow pack was not very consolidated). CT13 with collapse just below new-old snow interface. Rough surface, with no smooth bed surface observed. Isolated wind slabs and isolated whoomfing in the woods near trees and in con-caved areas. Decided to ascend in safest way possible as goal for the day was an undulating slope with and average of about 30 degrees. Whoomfing and cracks occurred when near the top of slide, near the edge of the slide. Cracks connected trees in the woods to some slightly wind loaded areas on the edge of the slide, but saw no propagation into the slide. Conducted some ski cuts and descended safely. Would have been more concerned on a steeper slope. Lack of bed surface and undulating slope allowing us to ski the slide in parts allowed us to have a great day.