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Apr 11, 2013
My extended group at work does a group activity about every quarter and I always throw out climbing and I always get shot down.

However I brought it up recently and it got picked as one of the activities to do this summer. Maybe late spring.

So now my question is I need a good place with easy climbs that could support up to about 50 people. I doubt everyone would come, but even if more than half come that could be 25-30 people.

I personally only have two ropes, and I know another guy in the group climbs but I'm unsure yet what he has available.

Thanks for any suggestions.
Luke Marrott
Joined Aug 17, 2005
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Apr 11, 2013
Climbing in Smuggler's Notch
Luke Marrott wrote:
So now my question is I need a good place with easy climbs that could support up to about 50 people.


Momentum sounds perfect.
Brian in SLC
Joined Oct 6, 2003
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Apr 11, 2013
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So you have 3 ropes and 50 ppl. I would take Brian's advice. There really isn't an area with enough easy climbs to keep that many ppl occupied. Ryan Goslin
From Salt Lake City, UT
Joined Jul 4, 2010
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Apr 12, 2013
Thanks!

I think you are right and after talking to the other guy who I know has gear we would have a max of 5 ropes, which could occupy 10 people at a time.

We'll shoot for a gym (almost certainly Momentum) and if people have fun I'll plan small trips outside.
Luke Marrott
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