Craig Gordon from the Utah Avalanche Center letting us know that avalanche conditions in The Beehive State are set to spike after an upcoming series of storms that will be “Warm, Wet, and Windy” and will put a dense cohesive slab on top of all the light fluff. Be safe out there and spread the word to all your backcountry folks.
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Image from CAIC The Colorado Department of Transportation is reporting that an avalanche closed both directions of Loveland Pass early this (…)
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