When you call the Utah Mountain Adventures office, you'll most likely speak to Julie, Sin or Tyson. Each of them have years of experience working in a guide, administrator, and logistics coordinator role. You should feel confident that they will be able to answer your questions with first-hand knowledge. It's our pleasure to discuss the desired activity with the you and create your day in the backcountry. If you call the office and we are not able to answer, please feel free to leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Emails are read almost every day, and are an excellent way to communicate with us, especially outside of standard business hours. Furthermore, you can go to our Register page or download the form below and send over the pertinent information to begin the registration process.
Utah Mountain Adventures
P.O. Box 521809
We require a 50% deposit to hold your space in a course or to reserve a private guide. Please call our office to make a reservation by phone 801 550 3986, register online or print our registration form and send it or fax it (801) 486-8505 with your deposit. UMA will send by e-mail a confirmation of the reservation.
Before participating in any class or guided program, you will be required to read, complete and sign UMA's approved "Participant Agreement, Release and Assumption of Risk" form and "USFS Visitor’s Acknowledgement of Risk" form. For participants under 18 years old, parents must sign.
I just wanted to let you know that I had a fabulous day touring the backcountry with Jonathon yesterday. Having used guides on a number of my mountain travels I have really come to appreciate someone with his qualities. He knows the area very well and did a superb job of adapting the itinerary to the changing conditions and presence of avalanche risk and made it a full and very satisfying day. . .
- Trond Skramstad
I just wanted to say thank you to [UMA guide] Julie for a wonderful time ... Julie found some beautiful lines, in knee deep powder, in a wonderful and secluded mountain setting. Her discussion of snow conditions and avalanches were invaluable. She was very informative and a pure delight to be with on my introduction to backcountry skiing. . .
- Al Morena
Winslow was awesome! Had a great day doing the Pink Pine circuit. She is a credit to you all. . .
- John Britton