Moab & La Sal Mountains Conditions Update December 28 What a tremendous Christmas gift we received for anyone who enjoys playing in the fluffy stuff. Up to 15″ of snow fell around the La Sals closing the Geyser Pass Road and making dreams come true in the back country. Fortunately, access to the Geyser Pass [...]
Moab & La Sal Mountains Conditions Update December 22 Congratulations! Today is just a tiny bit longer than yesterday. We have survived the first half of the cold part of the year. Days are going to be getting longer now! Before we know it, we will all be complaining about how HOT it is! Interestingly, [...]
Moab & La Sal Mountain Conditions Update for Thursday, December 14th, 2016 Weather WINTER STORM WATCH has been issued by the NWS. A point forecast for 10,000 is showing 20-24″ of snow possible! The storm will arrive Friday night with lot’s of warm moisture from a SW flow starting warm and then being affected by [...]
Moab & La Sal Mountain Conditions Update for Friday, December 9th, 2016 Snow. The La Sal Mountains have more than enough snow to allow for unhampered Nordic skiing, snow shoeing, and light touring. Backcountry skiing on the steeper terrain requires much more caution due to the shallow snowpack. Stay out of the forest to [...]
Winter and Snow activities coming up in Moab this week: Sat. Dec. 12, 1 PM Talking Mountain Yurts Open House Moab Gear Trader Backcountry Supplies The Gold Basin Yurt Stop by and get a first look at the new yurt in Gold Basin. Talking Mountain Yurts will be serving up [...]
Today could be the last time we see 70 degrees for a long time folks. Get out there and enjoy it! A strong cold front will be affecting our area and put an end to the mild Autumn we have been enjoying so far with the first freeze possible Friday night. Better enjoy the tomatoes [...]
As of July 24th, most fire restrictions have been lifted in SE UT. This DOES NOT mean we are not in fire season anymore. Please be extremely careful with any open flames. It's too hot for a campfire anyways and they ruin your night vision for stargazing! Source: http://www.utahfireinfo.gov/
If you are spending time near any water right now, the are lots of mosquitoes. And with all this rain there is water EVERYWHERE! Cover up and use repellent. We have lots of lightweight clothing and DEET free herbal repellent.