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Ski Utah and the Utah resorts have teamed up to donate discount lift tickets to benefit the Utah Avalanche Center, the folks who help keep us safe in the mountains.
The old adage, ‘when it rains it pours’ can be flipped when it snows in Utah to read, ‘when it snows it dumps!’ With 4’ of accumulation in five days and another 12” – 14” on the way tonight, January is shaping up to be a record-breaking month in snow totals. The “million dollar storm” as it’s been referred to hit late Wednesday and will continue with a series of storms until next weekend.
Looking for a great avalanche course that is as concise as it is informative? Sign up for the Freeride Avalanche Summit at Snowbird. Very useful information from the best in the biz.
Celebrating the onset of winter, first snowfalls and the opening of Utah's ski resorts, executive chef Nathan Powers of Bambara, a Kimpton restaurant, has created "Snowstorm" specials to benefit the Utah Avalanche Center. From Monday, November 1 through Friday, November 12, a dollar from each “Snowstorm” special will be donated to the center.
Black Diamond, Uinta Brewing Company, Redwood Creek Wines and the
Friends of the Utah Avalanche Center are once again teaming up to
present the annual pre-season fundraiser bash complete with Mexican
food, beer & wine, the live tunes of Herban Empire, good people and a
great cause. There will also be the legendary silent auction to support
the UAC and hook you up with gear as well as grand giveaways for those
who purchase an advance ticket.
Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort and the Utah Avalanche Center (UAC) are partnering to offer the first annual Freeride Avalanche Summit, Dec. 17-18. The two-day clinic targets advance and expert skiers and riders who want practical and professional instruction on avalanche awareness, safety and rescue.
Come on out to Canyon Sports free Avalanche Awareness Classes and the 2nd Annual BREW*SKI Fundraiser for the Utah Avalanche Center.
Come join the Friends of the Utah Avalanche Center for an social and informative evening. There will be a silent auction, raffle, light fare, music, slide show by Toby Weed, and much more. Tickets are $20 and will be available for purchase at the USU ORC and the Trailhead. Come show your support for the local avalanche forecasting and education programs.
A pair of upcoming Avalanche Awareness Lectures in Park City will not only educate the snowriding public, but also benefit the Friends of the Utah Avalanche Center.
Inspired by the International Snow Safety Workshop (ISSW), USAW brings Utah’s snow and avalanche community together to share local knowledge and history and learn about emerging best practices. This professional development seminar taps into the vast avalanche knowledge we have in our own local avalanche community. You’ll hear about historic avalanche events and new innovations from avalanche forecasters, ski patrollers, snow scientists, UDOT avalanche professionals, search & rescue personnel, mountain guides, ski industry manufacturers, backcountry skiers & snowboarders, snowmobilers, avalanche scholars, and more.
Black Diamond, Uinta Brewing Company, and The Friends of the Utah Avalanche Center invite you to an evening of music, dancing, mexican food, and a silent auction. This is a great party and all proceeds go to helping keep backcountry users on top of the snow, not buried under it.