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The snow cover will be great up high and progressively thinner down low in both Basins. The trails expected to be open and groomed for tomorrow will be Easy Rider, upper Main Street, The Platter, Raffills Run, South Ridge, High Street, and Pete's
Mont. Four skiers have been rescued after several were caught in an avalanche near Butte in western Montana. A helicopter from Malmstrom Air Force Base lifted the skiers out early Monday morning after ground rescuers couldn't reach them. One skier
The injured man, in his mid-30s, was skiing with another man when the fall occurred. Sheriff's officials were launching a search and rescue team and alerting Flight for Life...Electa Draper: 303-954-1276, firstname.lastname@example.org or twitter.com/
The King County Sheriff's Office says a backcountry skier has been injured in an avalanche near Snoqualmie Pass. Initial reports suggested the skier may have suffered two broken legs, and search and rescue crews were on the way Sunday afternoon...
Mounties in southeast British Columbia say a 45-year-old man from Germany is dead following an avalanche north of the community of Revelstoke...Kurt Grabinsky says the morning slide occurred in the backcountry and buried the heli-skier in as much as
A coalition of Utah ski resorts is announcing plans for a series of interconnected chairlifts that would link seven ski areas and give the state a Euro-style experience. Ski Utah plans to outline the ambitious plan in a Wednesday afternoon news
Forest Service removed the three access gates between the ski area and the vast, snowy valley. But the lack of gates didn't stop adventurous backcountry travelers from leaving the ski area...So on Friday, the Forest Service put back two of the gates.
That marks the seventh avalanche-related death this season according to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center...Ryan Parker: 303-954-2409, email@example.com or twitter.com/ryanparkerdp Font
Photo by Matt Sawyer/Courtesy of Ski Butternut The first time I struck out on skis was at Butternut Mountain, a beginner-friendly ski resort that's been around since 1963 in Massachusetts' Berkshire range. On that sunny but brisk February day, the
Skiers and snowboarders rejoiced when a series of storms dumped several feet of snow in the mountains across the West, after what had been a disappointing start for those seeking fresh powder in the backcountry. But all the new snow and strong winds