I skied in the Northern Madison range today. We had 3 big whumps/collapses on a NE aspect between 7600 and 8000 feet. Kept the slope angle low so nothing slid. The snowpack was about 80 to 90 cm deep outside of tree cover. The skiing was good quality powder skiing.
We dug a pit on that slope and got an ECTP 23. Not super clean shear quality as it was on the facet layer on the ground.