Mountain Rescue Service warns off ski alpinists

The Mountain Rescue Service in the Beskydy Mountains has issued a statement warning hikers or ski alpinists to stay off the upper ridges of the peaks in the area due to the danger of avalanches. The Beskdy Mountains saw an additional 15 centimetres of snow overnight, with the total amount at the top of the mountains ranging between 100 – 120 centimetres. The Beskydy’s Lysá hora has the most: 150 centimetres.

Author: Jan Velinger