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  • BLM Will Conduct Environmental Assessment at Joe’s Valley Bouldering Sites

    BLM Will Conduct Environmental Assessment at Joe’s Valley Bouldering Sites Joe’s Valley’s reputation as some of the best bouldering country in the world has grown immensely over the years. With its large concentration of sandstone boulders and beautiful emerald reservoir, it has become one of the world’s premier sites for bouldering. This area attracts climbers […]

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  • Volunteers at the 2015 Joe's Valley Adopt A Crag - Salt Lake Climbers Alliance

    Arthur Debowski on Joe’s Valley Adopt A Crag 2015

      “It’ll look like we were never here” And with that small bit of direction from our crew boss for the day, we put shovel to dirt and began the process of stabilizing the landing below Dem Bones (V3) and Sling Blade (V4), at the Warmup Area in the right fork of Joe’s Valley. After […]

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  • ROCK Project Tour

    We are thrilled to announce that the ROCK Project Tour is hitting Salt Lake City next month! This first of its kind climbing, advocacy, and education event will bring together an inspirational group of pro athletes (including Hazel Findlay, Joe Kinder, Barbara Zangrel, Daniel Jung, Sam Elias, Paige Claassen, Chris Schulte, Brittany Griffith, and Daila […]

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