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TODAY'S FORECAST

28°F

Mostly Sunny

27 °F

Hi

23 °F

Low

SNOW REPORT

"

12 Hour
Snowfall

"

24 Hour
Snowfall

POWDER ALERT

LIFT AND TERRAIN STATUS

0/9

LIFTS OPEN

/154

TRAILS OPEN

ROAD CONDITIONS

SUMMIT PASS

SR 158

Mountain Safety

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Boundary Policy

Powder Mountain operates on and is surrounded entirely by private property and reserves the right to restrict terrain access at its own discretion. Terrain access is regulated through a series of signs, rope lines, gates and points of entry; all erected and maintained in the interest of public safety. Violating Powder Mountain boundary lines can result in long, strenuous, cold and dark search and rescue efforts in areas that most often do not have cell service. Traveling beyond the marked area boundary or going under any rope at any time is a violation of the Powder Mountain Boundary Policy and will not be tolerated. Violators may lose lift privileges and may be turned over to the Weber County Sheriff.

The Powder Mountain Snow Safety Department is responsible for controlling access to avalanche terrain and actively reducing avalanche danger. Avalanche mitigation within the area boundary reduces, but does not eliminate, the possibility of avalanches occurring. Access to avalanche terrain is regulated through a series of rope lines, signs and gates.  Travel into avalanche terrain is only permissible through open avalanche gates. At times of elevated or increasing avalanche hazard these gates will be closed. When the hazard decreases or is actively mitigated gates may be reopened at the discretion of the Snow Safety Team. Travel into closed avalanche terrain is a violation of Weber County Ordinances Chapter 22 § 109-22-01 and Chapter 4, §14-3-5 through §14-3-10.  Violators will lose lift privileges and/or will be turned over to the Weber County Sheriff.

BCA Beacon Park

Test your backcountry skills near the entrance of Powder Country with the BCA Beacon Park.