MAPLE CANYON, UT

Two or Three day sport climbing clinic for all levels

PRICE PER PERSON

$885

DATES:

September 16-18, 2022

September 17-18, 2022

ABOUT THIS TRIP

Unique and rounded cobbles adorn these rocks walls. Come join us for two or three days of fun, learning and camaraderie while being challenged in one of Utah’s most iconic sport climbing venues! $600 for two days or $885 for three days.

New to the game? If you haven’t climbed outside before, Maple Canyon allows for an excellent introduction with a vast array of moderate 5th class climbs on up.

 

A Seasoned Sender? You’ve been sport climbing for some time: indoors and out. Perhaps you’re looking to push to the next level, gain more confidence, work on being an excellent lead belay partner, be more competent in your skills.

 

IRIS guides are EXCELLENT educators; skilled at communicating and coaching, great at taking a big concept and breaking it into digestible steps, and dedicated to facilitating an educational environment where participants can absorb and apply the information.

 

The folks you’ll climb with will become fast friends. Three days allows solid development of technique, community and partnership building, and learning a vast array of different topics in the sport climbing realm. Topics covered include movement; top-rope climbing; climbing knots & hitches; anchoring and cleaning; leading, falling and catching, and the mental game of lead climbing.

Thursday, September 15: 

5-6pm: Meet and Greet: (Gear, Goals and Group Gathering) @ Maple Canyon campground site

 

Friday, September 16:

8:30am: Meet up and discuss day’s logistics

9am-5pm: Climb

 

Saturday, September 17:

8:30am: Meet up and discuss day’s logistics

9am-5pm: Climb

 

Sunday, September 18:

8:30am: Meet up and discuss day’s logistics

9am-4pm: Climb

4-5pm: Wrap-up gathering

 

Meeting and climbing times may change based on weather and temperatures.

Included:

3 Days of Guided Instruction

4:1 Guest to Guide Ratio

minimum of 2 required

Camping

 

Not Included:

Food

Travel / transportation

Personal climbing equipment & clothing

Guide gratuity

Travel insurance (highly recommended!!)

Incurred costs by leaving a trip early

Incurred costs as a result of force majeure

 

Travel Recommendations:

Closest airport: Salt Lake City

 

If not camping, Hotel Recommendations:

The Osbourne Inn: Spring City, UT

Gear:
● Harness
● Helmet
● Rock Shoes
● Belay Device plus Locking Carabiner
● Chalk (optional)
● Belay gloves (optional)
● Any personal items you’d like to use/try during the clinic
Ie. Quickdraws; rock pro; anchoring materials
● Approach shoes (or close-toed hiking shoes/ sneakers)
● Day pack: 30-40L
● 2L+ Water / Hydration

 

Clothes & Extras:
● Climbing pant or short (shorts long enough to fit under harness legloops)
● Long sleeve sun shirt (recommended to keep cool and keep sun off)
● Tank top / sports bra
● Rain jacket
● Insulating jacket (light puff or similar)
Maple Canyon can require 2 insulating layers
● Ball cap / sun hat
● Sunscreen
● Sunglasses
● Personal first aid kit
Guides will carry one; only if you specifically need something: ie. epi pen, benadryl, personal meds, blister care

 

Camping Overnight Needs (may not be applicable to your program):
● Tent
● Sleeping bag
● Sleeping pad
● Cooler
● Cook kit (stove / fuel)
● Eating utensils, bowl, plate
● Toiletries
● Headlamp
● Water jugs: filled with water!

 

Food
● Breakfast, lunch / snacks, dinner
This will depend on # of days of your program
*Be sure to bring food you know you like to eat
*Hydration tablets are recommended for your water in hot climates

YOUR GUIDES

Lindsay Fixmer

Director of IRIS
AMGA Certified Rock Guide
AMGA Certified Alpine Guide