Traveled BTL on north side of Red Mountain today. Sunny skies and calm to no winds made travel enjoyable, while consistently cold temps kept the new snow from last night very light. Only evidence of wind loading was on isolated exposed features but showed no reactivity in tests. Definite cornice and wind loading evident but not tested NTL/ATL. A sun crust under the new precip was preserved on NW to E aspects which sheared easily over facets during Shovel Tilt and Shear tests, but Ski Pens easily penetrated through that crust. 30-45cm of new soft snow on northerly aspects at around 9k skied exceptionally well; only when getting close to the cars did that dust on crust show through.