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The Best Way to Say Thanks

Board member Justin Roth wrote a post on his blog The Stone Mind about what it really means to be a part of your local climbing organization and why it’s so important. We’ve reposted it here with his permission. If you’ve climbed much outside, you have someone to thank. A bunch of someones, really. The someones who own […]

Volunteer on National Trails Day: Saturday, June 7th!

Get outside this National Trails Day and help make a difference!! Saturday, June 7, 2014 8:30 AM to Noon Location: Little Cottonwood Trail Help improve our Wasatch trails through trail building, trail maintenance, litter clean-up and invasive weed removal. 100 vigorous volunteers needed for trail work (must be 16 yrs or older) or invasive weed […]


Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/slca/ on line 60 June 12, 2014 – June 12, 2014 | Register Description: NOTE: Due to some delays with PayPal’s web service, after you complete your PayPal payment and are redirected to our site, your payment status may initially display as “Incomplete” due to the PayPal […]

Maple Canyon Adopt a Crag

May 3, 2014 – May 3, 2014 Map and Directions | Register Description: May 3rd. 2014/ 10-3pm / School Room parking area Wanted! 30 volunteers Considering the nature of the topography in Maple Canyon, the strain on available camping and parking reaches capacity with the approaching season. Maple is well loved by both climbers and […]

The Grit Mill and Climbing Master Plan Project Environmental Assessment and Draft Decision Notice

Big news for Salt Lake Climbers!! The Forest Service Climbing Master Plan Project in Lower Little Cottonwood will set a precedent for better climbing access trails throughout the Wasatch and is something the SLCA has been working towards since it’s inception in 2002. The Grit Mill and Climbing Master Plan Project Environmental Assessment and Draft […]

Joe’s Valley Adopt a Crag

Where: Joe’s Valley – Utah When:  Saturday, April 5 Hosted by:  Access Fund & Salt Lake Climbers Alliance Details: The popularity of Joe’s Valley has grown tremendously over the last several years. With more & more people frequenting the area, the locals from Emery County, the US Forest Service and BLM have all started to […]