The Colorado Avalanche Information Center (CAIC) maintains the database of record on avalanche deaths in the United States. Please use the data displayed here in conjunction with the following citation: Colorado Avalanche Information Center, US Avalanche Accident Reports, [url], [date accessed]. To report an accident contact your local avalanche center. For more information on the database, …
Two deaths confirmed in separate avalanches in Colorado ...
Colorado’s first avalanche death of 2019 came during an advanced avalanche-safety course on Red Mountain Pass. Peter Marshall, a 40-year-old from Longmont, was on a three-day avalanche class when he was buried by an avalanche and killed
Skier killed in Colorado avalanche was taking safety course
In 2018, the Colorado Avalanche Information Center fielded reports of 46 people caught in avalanches, 16 of them buried and eight who did not survive their burial. That is the highest number of people caught and buried the agency has recorded and two more fatalities above the average for avalanche deaths the state sees every season.