A snowboarder was killed and another seriously injured near Cameron Pass in north-central Colorado on Saturday.
The luckiest of a group of skiers who were caught in a large avalanche at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area on Saturday may be a Denver man who was buried up to his neck.
A preliminary report shows skiers triggered an avalanche within bounds at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area on Saturday.
The death of a 23-year-old Durango man Feb. 2 in an avalanche near Silverton drives home how deceptively treacherous snow conditions can bury skiers, hikers or snowboarders in an instant.
A backcountry skier was buried in about 5 feet of snow and died in an avalanche on Saturday near Silverton.
The avalanche danger in the backcountry is currently considerable and a snowboarder was nearly caught in an avalanche on Berthoud Pass on Saturday.
Winter weather, hazardous driving and avalanche warnings are covering Colorado.
The Colorado Avalanche Information Center is warning large avalanches are still possible after the body of 37-year-old Summit County resident James Lindenblatt was recovered from the backcountry south of Marble.
Authorities in Gunnison County have recovered the body of a man who died in an Avalanche on Sunday.
Aspen Skiing Company officials say an on-duty ski patrol member has died in an avalanche, becoming the first reported avalanche fatality so far this winter.
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