Avalanche Danger Rises as Storms Approach

With two storms forecast to hit Utah within the next few days, the reservation agents / skiers at UtahState.com wants to remind you about the avalanche danger skiers and snowboarders face when venturing outside of ski resort boundaries. Your friends in Layton, Utah want to remind you to stay inbounds! If you have questions about skier safety, call the team at UtahState.com 801-544-1800.

 
THE AVALANCHE DANGER FOR THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTHERN AND CENTRAL UTAH, INCLUDING THE WASATCH RANGE WILL LIKELY RISE TO HIGH OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS.

Skiers and snowboarders take note. Check the Utah Avalanche Center website and/or app for updates. Snelgrove Travel and UtahState.com recommend you check online to learn more about avalanche danger that affects Utah ski resorts. It’s a danger for skiers and snowboarders who venture outside of Utah ski resort boundaries. But also many popular hikes travel right under historic slide paths that may be particularly dangerous when avalanche danger is high. Lake Blanche, Red Pine, White Pine, Donut Falls, and others. Those slide paths are on maps on the UAC website.

Don’t panic, don’t cower in fear, but do know the risk and how to mitigate. Know before you go. Ski Utah. It’s yours to enjoy. And for the best ski Utah ski deals visit UtahState.com or call our office in Layton Utah at 801-544-1800

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