Youth Climbing

The Central Wyoming Climbers Alliance, in close partnership with Jackson Hole Mountain Guides, Wild Iris Mountain Sports, Elemental Performance and Fitness, Lander Parks and Recreation, the National Outdoor Leadership School, and other invested local businesses, aims to increase the number of local Fremont County youth experiencing rock climbing. We will accomplish this goal by expanding and creating climbing programs that enhance young lives, create mentorship opportunities, and provide transferable problem solving skills. See below for information on programs. 

Please contact us for scholarship opportunities at info@wyomingclimbers.org 

Interested in Parterning with the WyoClimbers to get a program started? Make a Proposal HERE

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Wind River Climbing Guides provides private and customizable climbing adventures shaped to meet your expectations and goals. Trips can be experiential, educational, or a combination of both. Regardless of your age or experience level, Wind River Climbing Guides can create the perfect adventure for you. 

https://www.windriverclimbing.com

February 1st, this link will take you to the current years application.

2017: Justin Don Martin (Riverton), Darien Ferris (Ft. Washakie)

2016: Dorian Baldes (Ft. Wasakie), Kaylen Frable (Atlantic City), Maria Kulow (Lander), Emilee Robins (Lander)

2015: Rachael Troxl (Lander) and Ryan Crawford (Lander

2014: Nesto Lowham (Lander) and Kamille Brough (Lander)

2012: Sammy Crawford Mitchell Atnip

2011: Beryl Coulter and Henry Austin

2010: Anna Boyle (Lander) and Chancy Headley (Ft. Washakie)

2009: Joe McGowan (Lander) and Willy Ratz (Lander)

2008: Carlyn Cook (Lander) and Jessica Roberts (Riverton)

2007: Lisa Zirbel (Lander) and Larkin Guenther (Lander)

2006: Teresa Miller (Lander) and Clayton Tanner (Lander)

2005: Heather Birch (Lander) and Eliah Petersen (Lander)

2004: Heather Hendricks (Lander) and Marie Cartwright (Lander)

2003: Tom Pryor (Hudson) and Karissa McGiven (Riverton)

2002: Cale Hinkle (Lander) and Marissa Matthews (Riverton)

Climb the Grand Scholarship

Calling all youth of Fremont County! Experience the adventure of a lifetime with a four-day guided experience up the Grand Teton, the most iconic peak in Wyoming. No previous climbing experience required. Two recipients will be selected in 2017. 

Dates of trip are July 21-24, 2017. These dates are non-negotiable. All youth finishing 8th-11th grade in May are welcome to apply. Application must be filled out by the youth intending to participate. Application will close 5pm April 7th. Applicants receiving interviews will be contacted April 13th and 14th. The 2017 Recipients will be selected and notified by mid May. 

2017 Applications Closed

If you would like to receive an email regarding 2018 scholarships, please email: info@wyomingclimbers.org

2017: Justin Don Martin (Riverton), Darien Ferris (Ft. Washakie) 2016: Dorian Baldes (Ft. Wasakie), Kaylen Frable (Atlantic City), Maria Kulow (Lander), Emilee Robins (Lander) 2015: Rachael Troxl (Lander) and Ryan Crawford (Lander 2014: Nesto Lowham (Lander) and Kamille Brough (Lander) 2012: Sammy Crawford Mitchell Atnip 2011: Beryl Coulter and Henry Austin 2010: Anna Boyle (Lander) and Chancy Headley (Ft. Washakie) 2009: Joe McGowan (Lander) and Willy Ratz (Lander) 2008: Carlyn Cook (Lander) and Jessica Roberts (Riverton) 2007: Lisa Zirbel (Lander) and Larkin Guenther (Lander) 2006: Teresa Miller (Lander) and Clayton Tanner (Lander) 2005: Heather Birch (Lander) and Eliah Petersen (Lander) 2004: Heather Hendricks (Lander) and Marie Cartwright (Lander) 2003: Tom Pryor (Hudson) and Karissa McGiven (Riverton) 2002: Cale Hinkle (Lander) and Marissa Matthews (Riverton)/

Lander Youth Climbing Opportunities

Youth Climbing Classes are for new to climbing and experienced youth climbers alike. Program coaches work with your child to improve their movement, strength, technique, and an understanding of the sport.

 

Climbing Team is for intermediate and advanced youth. We will dedicate our time to becoming a better climber and achieving the individual’s goals. You can sign up for the full season (5 months) or 1 month at a time.

 

The Elemental Climbing Camp is for new to climbing and experienced youth climbers alike. Program coaches work with your child to improve their movement, strength, technique, and an understanding of basic top roping skills.