The Avalanche Danger Scale is being revised for next winter. Our friends up in Canada have created a short survey found at the following link. Please help ensure the new Avalanche Danger Scale is effective by completing a survey. http://surveys.globalepanel.com/wix/p319164581.aspx
Wasatch Powderbird Guides didn’t get out on Sunday and most likely won’t get out today. Their operations planning page is here.
Our web site is now formatted for iPhone. You can also download a free iPhone application from Canyon Sports to display the Bottom Line. Search for Utah Avalanche on the Apple's iPhone Apps page or in iTunes.
Beacon training parks are up and running! There is one at Snowbasin, one on the Park City side at the top of Canyon’s gondola toward the Tombstone lift, one in Little Cottonwood 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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UDOT highway avalanche control work info can be found by calling (801) 975-4838.
Our statewide toll free line is 1-888-999-4019 (early morning, option 8).
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I will update this advisory by 7:30 tomorrow morning.