B.GillisI can’t even imagine how bad it gets out at Loveland
It’s something else. There’s not a lot of places in the country with such easily accessible BC terrain so close to a major population center. It requires 0 hiking, and people hitch hike back to the summit all day. People can realistically take 10-20 laps in a day...plenty of time to get broken off.
It’s not like it’s world class terrain or anything, but it’s avalanche terrain with a continental snow pack, so bad shit can happen. 90% of people have no gear or training. Don’t get me wrong, there’s competent people recreating there or very nearby, but mostly people who are savvy steer clear of Loveland pass and opt for other terrain right on the divide even a drainage or two over.