Avalanche control work shut down Highway 40 over Berthoud Pass for a while on Thursday.
The avalanche danger in the backcountry is currently considerable and a snowboarder was nearly caught in an avalanche on Berthoud Pass on Saturday.
Dangerous avalanche conditions are forming in Colorado’s High Country. The avalanche danger in many parts of the mountains is rated as “considerable.”
Throughout the winter Highway 40 over Berthoud Pass is closed intermittently for avalanche control. This year, there’s a plan to change that.
A driver walked away from a crash that was caused when his car took off on its own Saturday afternoon.
Berthoud Pass is notorious for snow slides and the Colorado Department of Transportation knows it.
Snow in Colorado on Thursday forced the Colorado Department of Transportation to close several large stretches of Interstate 70 in the high country.
Forecasters say the mountains are seeing some of the most dangerous avalanche conditions in recent memory for the President’s Day weekend.
A man from Texas is in trouble in Grand County for speeding to the hospital.
A new project aims to protect the Fraser River from sand that’s applied to Berthoud Pass to improve winter driving conditions.
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