Cache Valley Climbing
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Cache Valley is the beautiful and lush terrain of northern Utah and southeast Idaho. It includes many canyons, peaks, wilderness areas and reserves as well as the Logan metropolitan area and surrounding towns. The climbing here is varied and hosts something for everyone.
Covering more than 50 miles of northern Utah, Cache Valley sits between the Wellsville Mountains on the west and the Bear River Mountain Range on the east. The climate and landscape of the area are similar to those of the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.
Climbing can be found here year round. Climbing even exists in the picturesque Logan Canyon, which can get bitter and cold in the winter. Most crags in Logan will catching the sun, making the cold weather a gift on some occasions. Beautiful limestone rock, rivers, streams, and lakes make this scenic area a beautiful getaway.
In the warm, dry months, biking, boating, camping, and fishing can buy some time while chasing shade or on rest days.
During the winter months, the skiing and snow sports prevail. If you're not out ice climbing or chasing sun, A handful of ski resorts can be reached with little to no effort.
In addition to the climbing and outdoor adventures, Cache Valley also offers a variety of cultural events and festivals. Home to many creative artists, local galleries are found within walking distance of Logan.
Classic Climbing Routes at Cache Valley
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