Fresh tracks, sun and warming temps -that hit 60s today up at Snoqualmie Pass, WA- had us thinking that spring doesn’t get much better than this. TNT, Eric Roose and I tested out the conditions in some safe zones (while we decide on some bigger trips for rest of week) – frontside at the Summit at Snoqualmie’s Central area and old growth trees and lower angles terrain in the backcountry all skied amazingly well – soft and creamy. Last lap had us back at our cars a bit after 7pm – by then the snow was slightly faster, denser but still soft. Remember to keep it safe – around 2ft of snow fell this past week and NW Avalanche Center has raised the avalanche warning to HIGH for “very dangerous avalanche conditions” below and above treeline. We spotted several fractures, slides and sloughing on steep, open bowls and unsupported slopes in the backcountry as well as hip high pin wheels. Live to ski another day!