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Moab Ski & Snow Report for Tuesday, November 29th, 2016


We are fully stocked with all the tools you need to get out and enjoy the winter.  Whether you ski, snowboard, snow shoe, sled, or just wander the desert, we have the gear and clothing to keep you warm and happy.  Come down and visit us or view our inventory at


Another 10″ of snow is showing on the Gold Basin weather station since 4 PM yesterday.  The Moab Area Avalanche Advisory is reporting a 27″ storm total since Sunday!  That puts us right up there with Snowbird 29″, Sundance 26″, Telluride 21″, Purgatory 19″.  Wolf Creek, as usual, is crushing it with 53″ in the last 72 hours!  Let us know how the powder is if you ski today.

La Sal Mountain Road conditions.

The Moab Area Avalanche Advisory is reporting that the road will be plowed this morning.  The new gate will be closed to allow the plow drivers to safely do a great job and get it clear for us.  Estimated opening time is 10:30 to 11 AM.  Have up there!


We have not heard when the grooming program will begin for this season.  Watch our website for updates.


Clear weather with possible storms on Thursday night and Friday and again on Monday.


Always visit our very own Moab Avalanche Center website for up to date information.  If you find that information useful, PLEASE consider a small (or large) donation.  Also, the main Utah Avalanche Website has an enormous amount of educational material.

Regional Travel

Webcams are showing snowy roads over Soldier Summit on Highway 6.

I70 on Vail pass looks snowpacked and slippery.

I70 on Vail pass looks snowpacked and slippery.

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