Snowmobiler Killed In Avalanche On Wolf Creek PassA third person has died in an avalanche in Colorado this season.
Red Mountain Pass Back Open After 2 Feet Of SnowRed Mountain Pass in southwestern Colorado is back open after getting over 2 feet of snow from the storm that started over the weekend.
All The New Snow A Great Opportunity For Avalanche Dogs To Brush Up On SkillsWith new snow measured in feet in the high county, over 20 teams of avalanche dogs and their handlers from across the state of Colorado joined forces to train at Arapahoe Basin on Tuesday.
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.
Skier Triggers Avalanche Near Eisenhower Tunnel, Suffers Critical InjuriesRescue crews raced to an area near Interstate 70 and the Eisenhower Tunnel Monday afternoon after a skier set off a large avalanche and became trapped in the snow.
10 Die In Avalanches Across West In 10 days, 2 In ColoradoTen people, including two in Colorado, have died in avalanches across the West in the last 10 days, making this month the deadliest January for slides in nearly 20 years.
Approaching Storm, 2 Recent Deaths Have Avalanche Rescue Crews On High AlertA winter storm with the potential of dropping a foot of new snow in Colorado's High County has avalanche rescue crews on high alert.
Colorado's First 2 Avalanche Deaths Prompt Warning About Going To BackcountryAuthorities are warning about avalanches in the high country after a slide Thursday killed a man on a snowmobile near Kebler Pass in the Gunnison National Forest.
Skier, Snowboarder Die In Avalanches In WestA skier and a snowboarder have died in separate avalanches in the West, bringing to seven the number of deaths from avalanches this winter in the U.S.
Beacon Park Offers Backcountry Users A Place To Practice Their Lifesaving SkillsA unique and free park is now open in Summit County, and using the park could end up saving your life.
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.
Colorado High Court Weighs Ski Resorts' Avalanche LiabilityColorado's highest court heard arguments Tuesday on whether ski resorts are liable for avalanches within their boundaries.