Innovations in Climbing: The Climbing Trail

Story by Maya Gans / Whether beginning the strenuous four hour approach to Lone Peak Cirque, or heading up to Catherine’s Pass to finally tick off Seth’s Arete for some after-work bouldering, you can hear the battle cry of approaching climbers: “Almost there!” I can find meditation in the slow …

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Momentum Stewardship: Learning Sustainable Trail Work

Momentum wants to support the local climbing community in any way that we can. That’s why our Regional Manager Chris McFarland and Regional Facilities Director Rich Connors decided to learn more about technical trail work from the SLCA and the Access Fund. In a this three day event, Chris and …

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Passing On Stewardship: The Keithley Family (Video)

Video by Jonathan Vickers / In the Wasatch we are surrounded by a strong community of families and individuals who believe in giving back to nature. We honor those who devote their time and energy to protecting and improving the places we love to recreate in. Below is a short video …

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Justin Wood on Joe’s Valley Improvements

Story by Nik Berry Joes Valley is Utah’s most popular bouldering area.  I believe it has gained this popularity first and foremost from the Butterfinger donuts made daily by the Food Ranch in Orangeville and secondly from the aesthetic bullet hard sandstone.  As areas increase in popularity, mandatory changes must …

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