Ski toured today in the Western Wallowas, up to 7,400'. Skies were obscured most of the day so it was hard to look into the alpine. There was about 6-8" of dry snow from the past couple of days. Winds were calm, and we didn't observe any Red Flags. We dug a pit on a NE aspect at 7,400' and found a strong snowpack, measuring 145cm. Snowpack tests revealed good bonding between the recent storm layers and there were no layers of concern. We skied on an SW aspect, and there are still signs of underlying trees, roots, rocks, etc to keep an eye on.