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Skier caught in avalanche north of Bridger Bowl

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A man caught in an avalanche north of Bridger Bowl on Thursday suffered only minor injuries.

According to Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center, the man triggered an avalanche in the Hourglass chute, where the man and his partner observed a fresh wind-formed slab.

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