Backcountry Skiers, Riders Who Need Help Might Have To PayAfter years of ski patrollers responding to calls for help in the backcountry near the resort, Steamboat Ski Patrol is now warning riders they may face a $500 fee per person if they call for assistance.
Colorado Avalanche Information Center Releases Video From Inside AvalancheThe Colorado Avalanche Information Center released video Wednesday showing the perspective of a skier in an avalanche.
Arapahoe Basin One Step Closer To Expanding TerrainThe U.S. Forest Service has tentatively agreed to Arapahoe Basin's 2012 development plan to expand their territory into backcountry terrain.
Brothers Caught In Avalanche Escape Separately, Think The Other's DeadA major avalanche was triggered in the Ophir backcountry Wednesday when two brothers were skiing a popular route.
Rangers Responding To Skier Injured In Rocky Mountain National ParkRangers in Rocky Mountain National Park have responded to a backcountry skier who fell and was injured on Sunday.
Technology Improves Avalanche Gear For Backcountry SkiersAs outdoor recreation companies increasingly cater to skiers and snowboarders who like to venture beyond the groomed slopes at ski resorts and tackle backcountry terrain.
Backcountry Skier, Snowboarder Rescued After Christmas TrekAuthorities are warning backcountry skiers not to venture into remote areas if they are not experienced or prepared.
Skier Survives Being Caught In AvalancheA backcountry skier survived being caught in an avalanche on Sunday.
Skier Captures Himself Surviving Avalanche On VideoA backcountry skier survived an avalanche that he triggered Saturday morning on Berthoud Pass and it was all caught on video.
Ski Crash Survivor Credits Dog With Saving His LifeLeonard Somers knows exactly why dogs are considered man's best friend.
No Need For Backcountry Skiers To Shy From Reporting AvalanchesCBS4’s Jeff Todd talked with a group of volunteers who say reporting any and all avalanches is essential and they need the community’s help.
New Medical Copter Device Can Zero In On Avalanche VictimsIt's a new tool that could save lives in the mountains -- a medical helicopter with a sensor that can zero in on people trapped in an avalanche.

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