11th Annual Utah Snow & Avalanche Workshop Open and Motorized Sessions Oct. 27th.
Friday, February 9, 2018
Mountain Weather: 

Bottom Line: 

The majority of the terrain along the Skyline has a LOW avalanche danger.  There is still a "spotty" chance that a person could trigger a pocket in the higher northwest through east facing slopes steeper than 35 degrees.  There is a scattered "MODERATE" avalanche danger in this terrain.  The reality is that you are safe from avalanches in most places.  Hitting rocks and stumps in the shallow snowpack is actually a bigger concern right now.

General Announcements: 

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We will publish full detailed advisories Saturday and Sunday mornings by 7am. We will also be publishing basic avalanche danger ratings & info during the week.

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