Luckily they were all safe.
Fourteen people were there at the time.
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Heavy snowfall has increased the risk of avalanches in the area.
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People venturing into the backcountry are being advised to start their trips early in the morning.
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The second avalanche comes only one day after a snowmobiler died.
Avalanche Canada and the BC Coroners Service have joined forced in hopes of saving lives.
"You feel the insignificance of what you are when you're up against mountains like this."
"He died too young doing what he enjoyed."
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"It's not the fluffy powder snow you have in mind."
The longest two minutes of his life.
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It's a never-ending war that the Canadian Forces has no hope of winning.
The warning is in effect until Sunday.