Skied 93 South for the first time this year we skied a west aspect. The snow pack is still shallow down there with about 60-70cm’s at the road around 1400 meters. It just barely carries your weight down low but gets better around 1800 meters. The snow pack seemed to lack the mid pack stiffness that’s present on the Icefields Parkway or even in Kananaskis park with foot pen to the ground if you’re not careful. There was about 30cm of settled storm snow on the old surface where we were but I bet that varies a lot with location and aspect. We stopped below tree line at some steep rolls at around 2000-2100 meters that had some older fracture lines that had run maybe 3 days ago, they were starting to fill in. They look about class 2 and had run through some pretty tight trees, looked like a nasty place to take a ride. It looked like it was on the storm snow interface at about 30 down. We just headed down and found decent skiing back to the road. As far as we got the snow pack feels pretty weak, more like the Rockies usually feels this time of year. It seems like it wouldn’t take must loading from wind or new snow to cause some pretty big avalanches.