The Canadian PressMarch 13, 2014 17:07
REVELSTOKE, B.C. - A warning has been issued by the Canadian Avalanche Centre after four deaths over six days in B.C. and Alberta.
Karl Klassen of the Public Avalanche Warning Service says unstable layers of snow have been a significant problem for weeks and areas once considered safe may not be now.
Klassen says the two deaths involving snowmobiles in B.C. occurred in forestry cut blocks, where logging had occurred, which means it's no longer safe riding below the treeline.