A group of skiers watched another group trigger a large wind slab avalanche near Beehive Peak. Luckily, none were caught or buried. From the email:
"On Tuesday (3/12) we observed 3 skiers trigger an avalanche on the north face of Peak 10,602 (the summit just NE of Beehive Peak). We saw the event unfold from a distant ridge, but was able to see that none of them were caught. Later in the day, we ended up at the base of the slope that avalanched and determined the issue to be the same wind slab we had been encountering on numerous N and NE slopes throughout the day. The crown depth was 6-8 inches and was about 100ft wide. The avalanche ran at least 600 vertical feet."