The snowpack is mostly stable. Small pockets of soft wind slab formed by northwest winds lie in steep avalanche terrain, particularly at the higher elevations. Watch out for unstable snow on recently loaded terrain features. Remember that low hazard does not mean no hazard exists and even a small avalanche can knock people over and carry them through rugged terrain or down long confined paths. A very remote chance may remain to trigger a large slab avalanche in an isolated area.