A 21-year-old male skier took a nasty fall on the Gardner Headwall at Beartooth Pass, Montana on Sunday. The skier was seriously injured in the fall. Red Lodge Fire Rescue/Search & Rescue and the Carbon County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the scene of the fall on Sunday. The skier reportedly hit a rock while skiing and fell a long way down before landing inside a tight crevasse in the snowpack. He suffered a severe leg injury in the fall. It took rescue crews on the ground 5 hours to locate and remove the victim. Heavy fog prevented the use of a helicopter in the operation.