7th Annual Utah Snow and Avalanche Workshop
What is avalanche knowledge worth to you?
Do you use the Utah Avalanche Center to help you make decisions in the backcountry? Most of the cost of producing daily advisories and providing other avalanche information in Utah is paid for by donations and grants. We depend on users like you to help support the Utah Avalanche Center.
Please consider donating to the Utah Avalanche Center this season and have a great winter!
|Advisory: Logan Area Mountains||Issued by Toby Weed for Saturday - October 4, 2014 - 8:34am|
We look forward to seeing you at this year's fundraiser party at the Italian Place on December 3...
We'll start issuing advisories and reports when snow starts to pile up in the backcountry. Until then, remember that early season avalanches are possible on any steep slope with significant snow accumulation. Wind drifted snow on slopes with previous snow cover will be the most suspect.
Visit our Backcountry Observations Page for details on last season's activity.
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Remember your information can save lives. If you see anything we should know about, please participate in the creation of our own community avalanche advisory by submitting snow and avalanche conditions. You can also call us at 801-524-5304 or 800-662-4140, email by clicking HERE, or include #utavy in your tweet or Instagram.
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This advisory is produced by the U.S.D.A. Forest Service, which is solely responsible for its content. It describes only general avalanche conditions and local variations always exist.