For more info, please choose from the following multi-day rock climbing camps offered by Utah Mountain Adventures:
This full-immersion, hands-on introduction to outdoor rock climbing teaches the skills needed to be a technically sound advanced single pitch climber who can lead outdoor routes and set up & clean top rope anchors.
The emphasis is on movement, reading routes, redpointing, and mental preparation. You'll learn the physical and mental approaches to redpoint climbing, including how to pick your projects, how to ascend a rope after a fall on lead, how to belay someone on a project, and how to put it all together to get to the chains.
Interested in alpine rock routes in the Wasatch, Tetons, Sierras and Wind Rivers? UMA's backyard offers unparalleled access to excellent alpine rock. This hands-on, skills-oriented class develops route-finding, anchor-building, rope management, and alpine safety for such climbs.
Are you interested in building skills for The Grand Traverse in the Tetons, The WURL (Wasatch Ultimate Ridge Link-up), Cirque Traverse in the Wind Rivers, Crestones, Blanca, Maroon Bells or any other light and fast alpine adventure?
The rock climbing camps will instill safe outdoor climbing skills and techniques and improve movement on rock.
Photo by Wes Holmes
Thank you so much for helping me set up Bob's surprise clinic. He absolutely loved it and can't say enough good things about Colby. He had a great day and I appreciate everything you guys did to make that happen!
- Lauren Maerz
Micah was an awesome guide. I am a engineering software trainer and part-time dance instructor myself, so I really appreciate a high quality instructor and a high level of professionalism. I am a beginner and Micah made everything very easy for me. He clearly knows his stuff and makes it easy and very safe. The whole day was very enjoyable.
- Joe Meikle
I had a great training session with Quino today. I thought that he was a great instructor: patient, safe, knowledgable, and professional.
- Wayne Stump
My son, (age 13) and I recently spent a couple days climbing in Big Cottonwood Canyon with Annie Trujillo. We're both pretty new to climbing; We had a great time, and Annie was a great guide. She taught us a lot, challenged us, helped us keep ourselves safe, and made the trip fun and rewarding. Best of all, my son loved it and says he'll do it again.
- Greg Smith