The Colorado Avalanche Information Center says the skier was among four people who were skiing Tuesday on Mount Emmons
The snowbikers were prepared. But the “avalanche terrain trap” near Vail still stole two of their lives.By Jason Blevins Outdoors Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado’s first seasonal avalanche death illustrates how many fatal slides happen during lower danger levelsBy Jesse Paul Outdoors Primary category in which blog post is published
“Rotten” snow layer causes rare in-bounds avalanche at Steamboat that buries man — and it’s just the beginning
The Colorado Avalanche Information Center has logged 80 slides since Thursday, when the last winter storm began, including in popular backcountry recreation areas
Vail’s Kelli Rohrig said her informal study also showed that many people had close calls with slides and some had even been caught in them
Michelle Lindsay, 29, of Fort Collins was buried under snow at Diamond Peak on Sunday
It's the first avalanche death this winter season in Colorado, according to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. Eight people died in slides last snow season.
“The saves are going to start happening because of this program and we are going to get people out of the worst situation possible alive.”
Colorado liftmaker Leitner-Poma entering boom as ski industry battles heat up and cities seek to innovate
Massive investments in resort infrastructure are one part of the surge, but the Grand Junction-based company also sees a future in solving urban traffic problems with its gondola systems
Acres of destruction left by Colorado’s historic avalanche season are also delivering climate change evidence
Researchers think secrets hidden in the rings of millions of felled trees may reveal the relationship between climate and avalanche cycles
The ultramarathon, traversing 13 high-mountain passes, is the second major event to be canceled this year
With snow still looming in the nearby San Juan Mountains, Lake City prepares for a deadly spring runoff
Hinsdale County residents aren’t waiting for the deluge. They’ll leave if they must, but for now they’re making their stand -- with sandbags.