DENVER -- Four people have now died in Colorado avalanches this winter, following three deaths over the weekend.
Authorities say the deaths include 24-year-old Tyler Lundstedt of Fort Collins, who was snowmobiling with his brother near Buffalo Pass in Jackson County. His brother, Jordan, was rescued Monday near a snow cave where he took shelter.
Two skiers died in slides Sunday at ski resorts. One was caught in a small avalanche at Winter Park. The other was at Vail Mountain.
On Jan. 18, a backcountry skier near the Snowmass ski area died in an avalanche.
The Colorado Avalanche Information Center says fewer than 4 percent of avalanche deaths since 1950 have been on in-bounds terrain at resorts.
Avalanches also have killed people in Utah and along the Montana-Wyoming border this winter.