7th Annual Utah Snow and Avalanche Workshop
Follow the Utah Avalanche Center at UACWasatch (Central Wasatch) or UAClogan (Northern Utah) to get Twitter updates about changing conditions, reports of avalanche activity, and upcoming events. You can receive tweets on your mobile device. The Utah Avalanche Center monitors #utavy and streams tweets with that tag on the Observation Page. See something interesting in the backcountry? Tag your tweets with #utavy if you want us and the rest of the local avalanche community to see them.
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To get notifications via text on your mobile device:
To quit getting text alerts:
You need to do that through Twitter - we don't actually send you that message - we send it to Twitter and you have chosen to get our messages from Twitter. Go to https://twitter.com/following, log in when you are asked, and scroll down to where you see UtahAvalancheCenter. If you hover your cursor over the blue Following box, you will see the option to Unfollow. Click that to quit getting text alerts.
UDOT road conditions:
Utah Department of Transportation has a similar system. You can get updates on canyon closures, planned control activity, and more. Follow UDOT at UDOTavy on Twitter. To get mobile notifications, text the message follow UDOTavy to 40404
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!