Skied off the top of Mammoth down Daves wave and through some nice glades. Then Skinned back up to Hole in the Wall and dug a pit just above the SW aspect to see what layers are in the new snowpack on more southerly aspects. Having worked on the ski hill throughout the storm cycle, I know there were a few graupel layers that could be of concern. I saw no signs of instability while skiing the backside and found variable ski conditions with the best skiing in the west facing trees and glades. Only 3 tracks visible down hole in the Wall when I arrived, but a party of 6 and 1 went through while I was in the Pit. My pit found a pretty right side up snowpack in the top 100cm with a couple of Q2(RP) results on CT and couldn't get the layers to propagate in my ECT. Some signs of old debree below the throat of hole in the wall, leading me to believe it went natural at some point during the storm cycle, however no sign of a crown. There are still some rocks in the throat and a bit of a zipper crust on all aspects. Continued my tour by skiing over to Mammoth Rock and skied the Mammoth Rock apron. I found no signs of instability there with some variable ski conditions(Sastrugi, breakable windboard and boot top pow).