Avalanche danger is a real concern in the high country, especially with the warming temperatures.
One person is dead after getting trapped in an avalanche late Monday afternoon near Aspen.
One man was killed after being caught in an avalanche on the way to Grays and Torreys Peaks on Wednesday. The avalanche danger is expected to get worse as the weekend grows closer.
A man who was snowshoeing up a central Colorado mountain died after getting buried by an avalanche.
The National Weather Service says up to 20 inches of snow can be expected in the Colorado mountains through Monday.
Clearing Independence Pass of avalanche danger takes planning, a helicopter and 30-pound bombs.
Two state employees were injured Monday morning after an explosive used in avalanche mitigation detonated prematurely.
Windy conditions and a fresh blanket of snow are creating unstable conditions which could mean more avalanches.
After four deaths in one week and dozens of other avalanches, the small team at the Colorado Avalanche Information Center (CAIC) is hoping to grow, but that costs money.
Snow and wind are causing huge avalanche concerns in the high country.