Alta Remains In ‘Max Security Interlodge’ Due To Avalanche Danger
ALTA, Utah – Extreme avalanche danger in Alta has kept the town indoors in a Maximum Security Interlodge condition after Little Cottonwood Canyon was closed Tuesday night.
TOA Max Security Interlodge Go to low levels away from windows, If you have a protocol for your building reply with head count when ready
— Alta Central (@AltaCentral) February 17, 2021
The Maximum Security Interlodge requires people to stay indoors, and away from windows or doors where snow could break through if an avalanche hit the building.
“When you’re in Maximum Interlodge, it means you’re in a particularly safe part of a building that’s not likely to be affected by an avalanche hitting the building,” said Alta Mayor Harris Sondak.
— Alta Ski Area (@AltaSkiArea) February 17, 2021
State Route 210 in Little Cottonwood Canyon remained closed as crews work during high snowfalls.
Traffic is closed in both directions until further notice. No est time of reopening. pic.twitter.com/qAtU3cQD2T
— UDOT Cottonwood Canyons (@UDOTcottonwoods) February 17, 2021
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