SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A-Basin Ski Area is open Saturday after being closed because of avalanche danger on Thursday and Friday.

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An avalanche on The Widowmaker pushed large amounts of snow and timber onto U.S. 6.

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The first seven days of March produced at least 346 avalanches around Colorado, according to data collected by the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. A total of 37 were classified as “destructive,” four of which were “historic” meaning they were “capable of destroying substantial amounts of forest or buildings.”

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LINK: Colorado Avalanche Information Center