Avalanche Hotlines and Information

Avalanche Safety Resources & Hotlines (updated 02-10-2016)

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Chugach 907-754-2369  
Southeast (Juneau) 907-586-5699 Brief but useful.
Thompson Pass – Valdez none Matt Kinney’s observations site.
Kachina Peaks no hotline  
Eastern Sierra 760-924-5510 Mammoth area.
Tahoe area 530-587-3558  
Mount Shasta 530-926-9613  
Rogers Pass 250-837-7500 Rogers Pass is located in Glacier Park.
Canadian Avy Center 800-667-1105 Covers different regions in Alberta and B.C.
Crested Butte 970-349-4022 Gunnison area. Link is direct to CB Avy Center.
Front Range 970-482-0457  
Grand Mesa 303-275-5360 No specific hotline phone, number is general.
Pikes Peak 719-520-0020  
Roaring Fork (Aspen) 970-920-1664 Mostly central Elk Mountains.
Aspen Snowmass Reports 800-525-6200 Snowfall at Aspen resorts yields picture of weather.
San Juans North 970-247-8187  
San Juans South same as above  
Sangre De Cristo 303-275-5360 No specific hotline phone, number is general.
Sawatch Range 719-395-4994  
Steamboat Springs unknown  
Summit County 970-668-0600 Vail area etc.

West Central

208-634-0409 Payette Avalanche Center
Panhandle 208-765-7323 Northern Idaho.
Sawtooth AvCtr 208-622-8072 Sun Vally and beyond
Bozeman 406-587-6981 Gallatin National Forest, also covers Yellowstone (RSS)
Cook City 406-838-2341  
Missoula 406-549-4488 West central Montana
New Hampshire
Mount Washington 603-466-2713 Nice blog style website. Phone option 4 for advisory.
New Mexico
Northern New Mexico # Unknown  
Northern Oregon 503-808-2400 Northwest Weather & Avalanche Center —
Wallowa Mountains no number Wallowa Avalanche Center, Twitter feed.
Logan 801-524-5304 (RSS)
Moab 435-259-7669  
Salt Lake City 801-364-1581 Wasatch! (RSS) Amazing hotline.
Uninta # unknown (RSS)
WowWasatch no number Bob Athey’s "unofficial" yet useful Wasatch website.
Cascades Etc. 206-526-6677 Olympics, Cascades & Mount Hood
Tetons 307-733-2664 Bridger Teton National Forest
Teton Snow none Portal site for all Teton snow info
Continental Divide # unknown  
Southwest # unknown Southwest Trails/Grey’s River area
Austria Tyrol    
South America
Chapelco – Patagonia (defunct link deleted 2015)    
Overall website Australia none Extensive coverage in 2015.
More Resources
Avalanche Safety Quiz   Evaluate your risk level.
Avalanche.org   Portal site for avalanche information and hotlines.
US Forest Service Avy   Excellent effort at a general info site.
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