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Moab Tweetup

Page history last edited by Haley 8 years, 8 months ago

 

 

Climbing is Dangerous

Climbing is inherently dangerous and the risk of death or serious injury can never be completely eliminated. It is up to each individual to make his or her own choices regarding acceptable risk. Tweetups are collaborative efforts with no individual organizers, and each participant only assumes liability for their own well being, just as you assume liability for yours! Cheers!

 

Foreword -

I would like to see this happen since I am planning on heading to southern Utah in April to explore and would love to see all your lovely faces. I Would like to make the planning for this a group effort. I have not spent much time in the Moab area, so If you have beta on camping and what not, add it to the camping section. I am trying to feel this out, and if enough people are interested i'll start doing some more planning. -@patrickgensel

 

 

Participants - Who's Planning on Going?

If you think you might be able to make it, put your name on the list with any relevant notes. (i.e. possibly bringing friends, etc.) Hashtag: #MoabTweetup

 

  • @patrickgensel
  • @jrmontag - definitely a possibility. i'll stay in the loop. 
  • @climbrunliftmom - not 100% sure yet, but I live in UT so it shouldn't be too hard to make this one :)
  • @eleddy - It will be a choice between this and red rocks but... hell yeah moab!
  • @feesh - awesome, will def try making this! 
  • @AleyaJean - Is this still happening??
  • @BlueFoxCA - I didn't know this was even tentative, but I was thinking of doing one in the fall of 2012. 

 

Dates -

Put your twitter name next to the dates you can attend, we will pick the date with the most people able to attend. the date listed represents the Saturday of that given weekend.

 

  • 4/7:
    • @patrickgensel
    • @eleddy 
    • @climbrunliftmom 
     
  • 4/14
    • @patrickgensel
    • @eleddy  
    • @feesh 

 

  • 4/21
    • @patrickgensel
    • @eleddy  
    • @feesh 
    • @climbrunliftmom 

 

  • 5/5
    • @patrickgensel
    • @eleddy  
    • @feesh 
    • @climbrunliftmom 

 

Transportation/Carpooling

Where we can see how to get who where in the most efficient/convenient way. Post if you're willing to carpool & from where, or if you find any great plane ticket deals, etc...

 

Vehicle Count

Add your name and how many vehicles you will have, also note if you can carpool

  • @patrickgensel - Depending on how much time I can swing and if I have the money, I will drive from PA.
  • @feesh — is driving from CA an option? If so, one car from the Bay Area with four people max. 
  • @AleyaJean - Driving from Boulder. Can get ppl at Denver International if needed. 
  • @climbrunliftmom - Driving from N of SLC with one car. 

 

Campsite Info

 

Park Entrance Fee Options(Canyonlands/Arches):

@patrickgensel I have an inter-agency pass that is good til July, so I can get a carload of people into

 

Campsite Fees:

 

Campsite Plan:

 

Backup Camping Options:

 

Routes/Things To Do

Climbing

Castleton Tower - http://mountainproject.com/v/castleton-tower/105716850

Fisher Towers (Ancient Art ;-) ) - http://mountainproject.com/v/fisher-towers/105716787

The Ice Cream Parlor (I climbed here in August, fun routes!) - http://mountainproject.com/v/ice-cream-parlor/105716967

 

Canyoneering

Robbers Roost - http://www.canyoneeringusa.com/utah/roost/

 

 

Gear

i.e. Who's bringing what. We will need 30 ropes, 50 biners, firewood, etc

  • @AleyaJean - Rack and Rope. 

 

 

Emergency Info

 

 

Useful Links

 

Climbing is Dangerous

Climbing is inherently dangerous and the risk of death or serious injury can never be completely eliminated. It is up to each individual to make his or her own choices regarding acceptable risk. Tweetups are collaborative efforts and each participant only assumes liability for their own well being, just as you assume liability for yours! Cheers!

 

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