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Red-Tailed Hawk Chicks! Blob Crags (off I-80)

Red-Tailed Hawk Chicks! The pair of Red-Tailed Hawks at the Blob Crags (off I-80) have hatched 3 chicks! (Zoom in on the photo to see the adult hawk and one nestling’s head visible). Thanks to climbers for continuing to avoid these routes and giving the birds space to successfully breed. See mountainproject.com‘s crag page for […]

University of Utah Students Help Remove Graffiti from Our Public Lands in Little Cottonwood Canyon

The SLCA is stoked to be partnering with students from the The University of Utah Crimson Climbing Collective to help with environmental stewardship on public lands. Students helped remove graffiti this past weekend from bouldering problems along the ‪‎Little Cottonwood‬ Trail. YOU can support the effort to clean up our watershed by JOINING the Salt […]

Join the SLCA & Access Fund for the 2nd Annual Climbing Stewards Training

2nd Annual Climbing Stewards Training Join the Salt Lake Climbers Alliance and the Access Fund-Jeep Conservation Team for a professional climbing stewardship training in our own backyard climbing area at the Crescent Crack and Egg Trail area in lower Little Cottonwood Canyon. This event is in partnership with the Salt Lake Ranger District of the […]

Joe’s Valley Adopt A Crag Re-cap

October 24th, 2015 On October 23rd the Joe’s Valley Coalition met to discuss the future of Joe’s Valley once again. In attendance were representatives from the SLCA and the town of Castle Dale, Access Fund, BLM, Forest Service, local business owners, Steven Jeffries (Joe’s guide book author) Adriana Nunez (Joe’s Valley Festival Coordinator). The following […]