The Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center provides details surrounding the Cooke City avalanche that occured on the southeast face of Sheep Mountain on December 19, 2015 that three snowmobilers were caught in, resulting in one fatality.
The Bozeman Recreation Department has teamed up with the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center to offer 2 FREE classes on avalanche awareness and beacon practice all in one! Details here on dates and times and how you can sign up:
Mark Staples of the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center returns to the scene in Beehive Peak, north of Big Sky, where a human-triggered avalanche took the life of a local Bozeman man over the weekend. Find out the full story in this video released by the GNFAC.
Join The Friends of the Avalanche Center and select Montana Breweries for locally crafted beer and delicious small-plate pairings at Montana Ale Works on Tuesday, January 27. All proceeds benefit The Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center.
If you heard today's Avalanche Report on The Moose, you know that the current Avalanche Danger across southwest Montana is rated as Moderate, but that doesn't mean that slides can not easily be triggered in the backcountry. Mark Staples from the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center de…
MT Import Group and The Friends of the Avalanche Center proudly presents the 16th annual Powder Blast at The Emerson Cultural Center on Friday, October 24 from 6:30 - 10:30 pm. Come support avalanche education in southwest MT while enjoying a silent auction, food, cocktails and live music!