Crews Work To Clear Independence Pass Of Avalanche DangerCrews continue work to clear snow from Independence Pass and also prevent avalanches-- using bombs thrown from helicopters.
CDOT Puts new Gazex Avalanche Mitigation System To Work On Loveland PassThe Colorado Department of Transportation put their new Gazex avalanche mitigation system to work on Loveland Pass on Sunday.
Cameron Pass Closed For 24 Hours Due To Avalanche DangerCameron Pass was closed on Sunday afternoon for at least 24 hours due to avalanche danger.
High Avalanche Danger Has Counties Doing Their Own MitigationAvalanches are always a concern this time of year in Colorado, and that has many counties busy doing their own mitigation work.
Snow Tapering Off, Avalanche Danger Highnow is tapering off across Colorado on Saturday, but the avalanche danger is high across the mountains.
Avalanche Danger Grows As Snow Continues To FallHeavy snow piling up on a weak layer of snow in the high country is increasing the risk of avalanches.
Recent Snowfall Raises Avalanche DangerThe recent snowfall has raised the avalanche danger in Colorado's high country just in time for the busy holiday season in the mountains.
Avalanche Experts Urge 'Know Before You Go' About Dangerous ConditionsThere's a new education effort underway to keep people safe during avalanches and its designed not only for backcountry skiers and boarders but everyone who lives or travels to Colorado's high country.
Avalanche Season Already Underway In NovemberIt may be hard to believe but avalanche season is here thanks to the healthy dose of recent snow. The Colorado Department of Transportation has a new weapon in their arsenal to keep the roads clear.
U.S. 6 Over Loveland Pass Closed Due To Avalanche DangerU.S. 6 over Loveland Pass has been closed due to avalanche danger, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation.
Avalanche Victim Went Over Waterfall, Danger Remains Very HighAvalanche danger is a real concern in the high country, especially with the warming temperatures.
Forecasters: Storm To Increase Avalanche Danger In MountainsForecasters say a strong storm that is expected to dump more than 2 feet of snow in parts of Colorado's mountains on Thursday and Friday will increase the danger of avalanches.

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