We skied down Rocky Horror Powder Show, a 650m run that connects steep glades and open rock slopes down to cutblock above the normal Marriott trail. It's steep enough to be of concern at the top, but the terrain in the rest of the run felt suitable for the conditions.
It was a very wet day, and the snow resembled more like the stuff typical of Whistler, but the skiing was quite good still.
The next day, we went over to the other side of the highway to ski the trees of Chief Pascall. The weather was much better, with occasional sunny periods. We parked at the weather station, crossed Cayoosh Creek, skied east along the logging road until the second cutblock, and then climbed up and mostly left to get up to the good skiing. There were initial concerns that the runs would be tracked out from the Saturday skiers, but their tracks were almost completely buried. The snow was best again in the trees, with 60cm of fluffy snow. Trail breaking was hardwork again. The snow wasn't very good in the open alpine and we skied a few amazing laps in the trees again.