Started at 6:15, the temperature at the car was 36 degrees. V Bowl had a 1 inch melt freeze crust over unconsolidated wet snow. At the bench above V Bowl the snow was notably firmer with a 6 inch melt freeze crust. We started ascending coke chute around 8:15 and travel was relatively easy with some softened snow. We started booting at about 10,500 ft and after some less supportive snow to start on a slightly more southerly aspect, there was good snow for booting and a well established boot pack.
We descended at 10:45. The skiers right side was still very firm, but the skiers left side had softened nicely. We skied excellent corn from top to bottom of the chute. The middle of the chute has some texture from what appears to be old wind effect. The snow remained supportable until the top of V bowl where it was all unconsolidated. I triggered a small wet loose slide that ran about 600 ft and we saw several other small wet loose slides that looked to be from other parties that descended before us.
There was snow coverage the entire way to the parking lot, but forest at the bottom looks like it will melt out soon. Snow depth was about 1ft and is starting to show dirt in places.