The PAC toured the East aspect of Granite Mtn Friday. We dug a test pit on a North aspect above Twin Lakes and had moderate results that yielded fair to good stability in the upper 2 feet of the snowpack. Buried crusts and weak layers failed moderately in compression, but lacked propigation. We felt cautious of wind slabs around the ridgelines and large cornices but did not see any red flags like cracking or whoomphing...We felt good on steeper East slopes below the lookout. The Sun was noticeably hot and thus produced some small natural wet loose point releases and rollerballs and moistened the surface which likely formed a decent crust.