Following a snow storm in 2001, patroller Adam Warner tossed a double charge of explosive trying to create a snow slide below a ridge on The Throne in Crystal Mountain’s Southback. A 2011 law makes it a misdemeanor to ski in closed areas, like those temporarily closed for avalanche control.
Following a snow storm in 2001, patroller Adam Warner tossed a double charge of explosive trying to create a snow slide below a ridge on The Throne in Crystal Mountain’s Southback. A 2011 law makes it a misdemeanor to ski in closed areas, like those temporarily closed for avalanche control. Peter Haley Staff file, 2001
Following a snow storm in 2001, patroller Adam Warner tossed a double charge of explosive trying to create a snow slide below a ridge on The Throne in Crystal Mountain’s Southback. A 2011 law makes it a misdemeanor to ski in closed areas, like those temporarily closed for avalanche control. Peter Haley Staff file, 2001

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