Avalanches kill more people on national forests
than any other natural hazard.
The best way to stay safe is to know the conditions, get the training, carry rescue gear, and stay out of harm’s way.
News from Tucks
This section extends from Lunch Rocks at the floor of the Ravine to the top of the Headwall where it meets the Alpine Garden Trail. This includes no skiing or riding through the Lip area. Only this section of the trail is closed. This annual closure is due to the magnitude of the crevasses and undermining, and the severe consequences of a fall in this area.
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