The Utah Section of the American Alpine Club spans across this great state - from the desert towers and splitter cracks of Castleton Valley and Indian Creek to the bullet limestone of St. George to the beautiful Wasatch Mountains. The Section has around 450 members.
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Contact & Volunteer
It's easy to get in touch with your Section Chair, Regional Coordinator, or the Club.
Email the Utah Section Chair, Blake Summers, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Email the Rockies Regional Coordinator, Jenn Flemming, at email@example.com.
Give the Club a call at (303) 384-0110
Utah Section Chair
Blake Summers started his days in Austin, Texas. While proud of his Texan heritage, he is grateful to have been moved to the foothills of Colorado at a young age. Blake owes a debt of gratitude to his Father for introducing him to the Rockies and to adventure. An incredible love and appreciation for the mountains developed and now Blake can’t live without them.
Blake now resides in Midway, Utah on the Wasatch back where he has skied and boarded 100+ days a season for the last 16 years and aims to climb at least that much every year. Blake seeks adventure whether it is Kings Peak in a day, volcanoes in Indo, peakbagging in Peru, or new routeing in the backyard.
Blake also desires to share his passion for the mountains with others via working as a climbing guide for White Pine Touring in Park City and by volunteering for the Salt Lake Climber’s Alliance and the great community that is the American Alpine Club.
Utah Section Events & News
Jim Donini's Annual Indian Creek Trail Days
Each year, AAC members join climbing legend and former AAC-president Jim Donini for a weekend of climbing, hard work, and BBQ at Indian Creek. This year, over 70 volunteers came out for the event! Click here to read more about this fun weekend, and mark your calendars for next year!
Utah Section Member Jewell Lund's Dream Trip
Salt Lake City local Jewell Lund was a grant recipient of the AAC's 2012 Live Your Dream Grant! Click here to read her awesome trip report about the Wind Rivers!
Friends of the AAC in Utah
These organizations work hard to protect climbing across Utah, and the AAC proudly supports these efforts. Check out their websites for updates and further ways to become involved in the local climbing communities in your region!