Skied the Vermillion path on Highway 93 today. There was 20cm of new in the Inkpots parking lot and 40+ at treeline it snowed all day and was still snowing when we left. The main path ran big in Jan, I’m guessing, and put debris almost all the way to the road it’s impressive. At treeline the air temp was -5 and there was a moderate to strong SW wind that was really moving the new snow around, forming soft slabs and depositing lots of snow into any lee features. We didn’t venture up into the alpine at all it was a little to nasty up there. There was fresh avalanche debris that ran out of one of the steeper gullies on the far skier right that stopped above where the gullies join. We couldn’t see where it came from how far it ran or really anything up there… Skiing was great in the burn and out of the wind up high, or anywhere with wind effect, it was really too scary to ski anything steep enough given the ski pen. There were 4 other parties up there today but my guess is with all the new snow there is still lots of good skiing to be had in the burn. If you head out that way keep your heads up it’s definitely scary at and around treeline with more snow wind and mild temps I wouldn't be suprised if there was more natural activity.