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General Announcements

General Announcements

Join the Wasatch Mountain Club!

The Wasatch Mountain Club is turning 100! We’d love to have you join us as we launch our second century as custodians of our environment here in the Wasatch Front, and as active participants in hiking, climbing, canyoneering, river rafting, road and mountain biking, backcountry skiing, snowshoeing, backpacking, car camping, and multi-day adventures. If you haven’t already done so, please consider joining us at a club activity. Many of our activities are open to non-members, and our schedule is available on our website, www.wasatchmountainclub.org, as well as via our monthly publication, The Rambler, (back issues dated to 1922 are available online). Check out a brief description of our history and purpose. Our annual membership dues are quite reasonable (some would way ridiculously low), so membership is not really a cost of admission to participate in an activity. WMC membership commits to a larger purpose, supporting our organized outdoor recreation community, and local conservation efforts. It's easy to join, and you can be part of a history that has come to define what makes living and playing in Utah so unique.

Draper Coyote Hollow Trailhead Closed for Construction

The Coyote Hollow Trailhead will be closed due to construction throughout most of the summer. Parking lot will be closed to all traffic, as well as all trail pedestrian access, including all foot, bike, and equestrian access.

Rambler Trip Reports - updated!

Thank you for all the amazing trip reports that members and organizers have been submitting. The Rambler is what the members make it and we are so grateful for your thoughtful contributions! Recently, some members have expressed interest in writing trip reports, but feel a little nervous to put their voice out there. Completely understandable! Writing a trip report can be a little scary the first time, but having the courage to be vulnerable and try something new is worth the risk. I think as outdoor enthusiasts we can all attest to that!

For those of you who want to try doing something a little different in your trip report or maybe you are just nervous to write your first one, the Rambler Editors are providing you with a list of questions to help get you started on your Trip Reporting journey! 

  • What was fun about the event?
  • What was different about this event: A new place? A different season? New organizer? Interesting animal or encounter with nature?
  • What did you see? Describe it.
  • What was exciting?
  • Was this an event that pushed you physically, mentally, emotionally? Show us.
  • What sort of new connections did you make?
  • What went well? What would you do differently?
  • Was there something that stood out to you in particular? Show us.
  • How did you feel when you reached your destination or when you were done?
  • Was this a different or first time event for you (car camping, trail maintenance, climbing, etc)? Describe how that felt.

Wasatch Mountain Club, 1390 South 1100 East Suite 103, Salt Lake City, UT 84105-2462
801-463-9842 — gro.bulCniatnuoMhctasaW@ofnI