With over 4 feet of snow over the past week in most of the Colorado mountains, and almost 8 feet in Crested Butte, the conditions are unreal but the Avalanche danger is no joke!Read More
Silverton Mountain Guides is introducing a new level of avalanche certification and training for experienced Ski/Snowboard Guides and Patrollers April 25-27, 2015 in Palmer, AK, at the Silverton Mountain Guides Alaska headquarters.Read More
After the recent string of patroller and guide accidents, snow professionals are re-evaluating the way snow safety, guiding, patrolling, avalanche control, and mountain work is learned.Read More
On April 6th, 2014 Silverton Mountain will be celebrating the 13th Annual Brewski event at the ski area.Read More
With all the new snow Colorado has seen lately, the conditions may be epic, but they are also incredibly dangerous.
Mother Nature’s gaze is squarely focused on Steamboat as holiday powderhounds were treated to an early Christmas treat of nearly two feet of Champagne Powder snow blanketing the ski resort in the past 48 hours.Read More
Our community was hit hard with tragedy almost a month ago when five men lost their lives in an avalanche on Loveland Pass.Read More
It's been a powder-filled week in Steamboat, as Mother Nature paid an extended visit to Steamboat-Ski Town, U.S.A. with nearly 2 feet of snow falling at Thunderhead, the resort’s mid-mountain location at 9,080 feet, and 2.5 feet of snow at the summit in the past seven days.