After a very bad season there was 3 weeks of heavy snow in early August with Spencers Creek going from 40-185cm. We had a weekend free at the end of August and went up for a weekend camping trip to hopefully snag what was left after a week of rain and high temps. Camping near the Ramshead meant we checked out Leatherbarrel first. All the usual Corrie shutes were unskiable due to insane amount of melt, but we made it out to the far south at Twin Humps and found some nice soft snow all the way down to the tree line. The skin back out was a soft slippy slog . The next day we had a brilliant sunny sky so skinned it out to the top of Kosciuszko. Unstable cornices meant we ended skiing off along the summit ridge to where a partial cornice along the south face made for some awesome freshies all the way down a natural half pipe to the creek. Our legs were cooked from the day before so we decamped before groaning our way down supertrail to the car.