We set out for Sky Pilot from Gash Road around 6:30am this morning. We made it to the ridge-line adjacent to the North face of Sky Pilot around noon. Point-releases and wet loose slides were present under and around cliff bands, cornices along the Eastern ridge-line, and glide cracks across the gulley and above Bear Lake. Throughout the day we continued to monitor conditions and changes in temperature. We stuck to ridge-lines, dense trees, avoided traveling on steep faces or under rock bands, and skied low angle terrain (<35 degrees). We were past our time threshold for the boot pack, so we dug a pit at roughly 8,100ft around 1pm on an East facing 32 degree slope. Sky coverage was scattered with calm wind, and temperature probe read 32 degrees Celsius.
Test profile observations are attached below.