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Moose Runs Through Ski Resort In Colorado

On December 14th, 2019, a large moose was seen “swimming in snow” as he made his way across the groomed run at Breckenridge Ski Resort. Moose are very large and dangerous animals. If you see one, make sure to keep your distance!

Related: Moose Charges At Skiers In Breckenridge

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Video: 16-Year Old Survives 500-Foot Fall at Mt. Hood
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Video: 16-Year Old Survives 500-Foot Fall at Mt. Hood

Video: 16-Year Old Survives 500-Foot Fall at Mt. Hood

On December 30th, a teen snowboarder fell 500 ft. while attempting to summit Mt. Hood in Oregon. The teen lost his footing on the Pearly Gates section of the mountain and fell down to an area called Devil’s Kitchen. Related: What's In Your Pack: Lessons Learned From A Night Out Luckily, the boy came out of the situation with only a broken leg. According to news sources, he was found in stable condition when emergency services arrived. We’re wishing him a speedy recovery! MORE INFO:

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Australian Ski Resort Destroyed by Bushfires
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Australian Ski Resort Destroyed by Bushfires

Australian Ski Resort Destroyed by Bushfires

As the Australian bushfires continue to rage on, Selwyn Snow Resort, a beloved ski resort in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales, was destroyed over the weekend. According to ABC News, all of the resort’s buildings were burned, but thankfully there were no casualties. In addition to the resort, 780,000 acres have been burned. The nearby resorts of Perisher and Thredbo, which sit at a higher elevation, have not been damaged by the wildfires. RELATED: All TGR Shop Profits Going to Australia

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‘Fire On The Mountain’ To Take Over Denver’s Bluebird Theater
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‘Fire On The Mountain’ To Take Over Denver’s Bluebird Theater

‘Fire On The Mountain’ To Take Over Denver’s Bluebird Theater

Denver’s historic Bluebird Theater will play host to a unique combination of sights and sounds on Jan. 29, when Dead cover band Shakedown Street will perform the live musical score to , the latest celebrated film from Chris Benchetler and the Grateful Dead. RELATED: Behind the Scenes of 'Fire On The Mountain' with Michelle Parker Supported by evo.com and Atomic, and produced by Teton Gravity Research, is a multi-sensory, immersive viewing experience. Featuring original music from the