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Avalanche Danger Up In Tetons, Salt/Greys Area

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — The avalanche danger in the Tetons is up after up to 21 inches of new snow fell over the weekend.

The Bridger-Teton National Forest Avalanche Center said the avalanche danger in the Tetons as well as the Salt and Greys area was expected to be considerable on Monday

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Winter Storm Blasts Western Wyoming

Heavy snow in western Wyoming is providing fresh powder for the state's premier ski resort area. But it's also prompting avalanche warnings for the surrounding mountains.

 

Winter storm warnings are posted for western Wyoming until 5 a.m. F

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Grand Teton National Park
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Snow, Wind Raise Avalanche Risk In Western Wyoming

Heavy snow and strong wind have raised the risk of avalanches throughout the high country of western Wyoming.

The Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center has issued an avalanche warning through midnight Friday

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Heavy Early Snows Heighten Avalanche Risk

A storm bringing more than 2 feet of snow to parts of Bridger-Teton National Forest last week is raising alarms about the risk of avalanches just as skiers begin entering the backcountry.

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Grand Teton National Park – Garnet Canyon Search Continues

Rescuers narrowed their search Wednesday as they continued to look for two men missing since the weekend after heading  out on skis into the back country at Grand Teton National Park. 27-Year-old Walker Kuhl of, Salt Lake City and, 31-year-old, Gregory Seftick, of Columbia Falls, Montana went up Garnet Canyon Saturday and didn't return.

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