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SLCA & Access Fund Comments: Proposed Action for the Grit Mill and Climbing Master Plan Project Lower LCC

Salt Lake Climbers: Please read the final proposed action for the Grit Mill and Climbing Master Plan in lower Little Cottonwood Canyon put out by the Forest Service. This project affects the majority of the bouldering and roped climbing on Forest Service lands north of State Highway 210 between the Little Cottonwood Park and Ride lot and […]

Commemorations and Upcoming Events

Commemorations and Upcoming Events The climbing community cherished the time spent with Kevin Volkening and his infectious motivation. With sadness in our hearts… He rocked cooking eggs with a smile. Photo by KP at Craggin’ Classic ’13, Alta, Utah Events: Utah Avalanche Center Fundraising Party Thursday, September 12th, 2013 6-10PM RAIN or SHINE Black […]

2013 Craggin’ Classic: Salt Lake City

Friday August 23, 2013 – Sunday August 25, 2013 10000 East Little Cottonwood Canyon Road Map and Directions | Register Description: Co-hosted by the Salt Lake Climbers Alliance and the American Alpine Club at the Alta Peruvian Lodge in Alta, UT, with camping at Albion Basin Campground and climbing clinics in Little Cottonwood Canyon and […]

New website is live!

If you’re returning to this site for the first time in a while, you might be scratching your head and thinking, “Hmmm… something is different here.” Maybe you can’t put you’re finger on it. “Did the SLCA get a new haircut?” “Did they lose weight?” No! We have a new site! (And thanks a bunch […]

SLCA Fundraiser Photo Booth

Local photographer and Liberty Mountain employee Mike Portanda set up a photo booth at the 4th annual Salt Lake Climbers Alliance fundraiser BBQ at Black Diamond Equipment. Check out the gallery featuring just some of the hundreds of beautiful folks who came out to support the SLCA, the unified voice of climbers in the greater […]

Park City Gym – Input!

Want a ropes climbing gym in Park City? Fill out this simple input form for the Mountain Recreation Strategic Action Plan TODAY and let your voice be heard.