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Utah

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Welcome to Utah, home to some of the best climbing in the United States. Whether you like the ultra-difficult limestone in American Fork Canyon and Logan Canyon, the world-famous sandstone splitters and towers of the deserts, or the impeccable granite of Little Cottonwood Canyon, we have a place for you to climb.

Utah's climbing regions

SLCA Annual Fundraiser

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Delicate Arch, Arches National Park
[Hide Photo] Delicate Arch, Arches National Park
Overlooking Mt. Olympus with SLC covered in clouds.
[Hide Photo] Overlooking Mt. Olympus with SLC covered in clouds.
Golden Cathedral.  It is Hooooge.<br>
Check out the three man tent near the 60ft.? trees.
[Hide Photo] Golden Cathedral. It is Hooooge. Check out the three man tent near the 60ft.? trees.
At the base of elusive Green River Towers...
[Hide Photo] At the base of elusive Green River Towers...
This is Scott rapping into the Golden Cathedral, the last rappel in Neon Canyon.  Photo by me.
[Hide Photo] This is Scott rapping into the Golden Cathedral, the last rappel in Neon Canyon. Photo by me.
P.Ross climbing on Eastern Reef Slabs ,San Rafael Swell
[Hide Photo] P.Ross climbing on Eastern Reef Slabs ,San Rafael Swell
Dead tree and Skyline Arch-Arches.<br>
Photo by Blitzo.
[Hide Photo] Dead tree and Skyline Arch-Arches. Photo by Blitzo.
Double Arch-Arches N.P.<br>
Photo by Blitzo.
[Hide Photo] Double Arch-Arches N.P. Photo by Blitzo.
West Desert target practice for locals.
[Hide Photo] West Desert target practice for locals.
More High Spur.
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Aspens-Autumn.<br>
Photo by Blitzo.
[Hide Photo] Aspens-Autumn. Photo by Blitzo.
The high spur.Robbers Roost, UT.
[Hide Photo] The high spur.Robbers Roost, UT.