Yesterday, Wasatch Powderbird Guides did not operate due to weather. Today, they will not be flying in the Tri-Canyon area – they will be trading it for a Monday in the future. Instead, they will be in Cascade and American Fork, returning through White Pine. For details, click here to go directly to their operations planning page.
Beacon training parks are up and running! On the Park City side, there is one at the top of Canyon’s gondola, in Little Cottonwood one is near the Snowbird parking structure on the bypass road, and in Big Cottonwood a training park is at the west end of Solitude's lower parking lot.
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The information in this advisory is from the U.S. Forest Service, which is solely responsible for its content. This advisory describes general avalanche conditions and local variations always occur. This advisory does not apply to ski areas or highways where avalanche control is normally conducted.
Brett Kobernik will update this advisory by 7:30 tomorrow morning.