2017 trips and camps

Touch The Sky offers trips and camps for intermediate to experienced youth climbers. We feel that the foundation established in a gym training program is crucial to having a more fulfilling experience out in nature. Our trips are an ideal application for the climber who loves to get strong on plastic, but can't wait to get out on rock. 


St George, Utah - Spring Break!

Dates:  March 12 - 18, 2017

You’d be hard pressed to find a better spring break than what Touch the Sky is offering. Join us for a week of sunshine and sending in southern Utah. Depending on the weather and how the group is feeling, we’ll sample the sport climbing of the area, or, we’ll do some bouldering at Moe’s. 


Spearfish, South Dakota

Dates:  June 25 - July 2, 2017

This trip is full for 2017


Bozeman Climbing Camp, montana

Dates:  July 10 - 14 and/or August 14 - 18, 2017

Bozeman, Montana is surrounded by outcroppings of limestone, sandstone, gneiss, and granite. The variety of rock creates a great environment to “learn the ropes” and develop confidence on a variety of rock. This camp teaches climbing rockcraft and movement skills in addition to the geology and geography of the landscape.  For youth climbers who have spent time in a gym, this camp is the perfect introduction to learn what it means to be a rock climber. 


Wild Iris, Wyoming

Dates:  July 23 - 30, 2017

Aside from being one of the most beautiful crags in the country, Wild Iris is known as one of the West’s premier sport climbing destinations.  Bullet-hard white limestone is loaded with pockets, crimps and pinches, and nearby Lander offers a taste of the traditional Wyoming cowboy town hospitality. If you’re looking to push the grades or just wanting to see the wide variety of climbing limestone can offer, join Touch the Sky on this memorable trip.


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southwest montana bouldering camp

Dates:  August 6 - 13, 2017

Montana has an endless amount of bouldering and we want to show it off. This 8-day camp will travel around Bozeman and will sample at least 6 areas. Rock includes two types of granite, gneiss, and sandstone. If temperatures are hot, we'll take advantage of cool mornings and early evenings and will spend mid-days relaxing or exploring Delmoe Lake, one of our camping locations. 


TENSLEEP CANYON, WYOMING

Dates: July 15 - 22, 2017

Nestled at the base of the Bighorn mountains, Ten Sleep appears to be a sleepy cowboy town. The climbing, however, is far from mundane. With gorgeous limestone walls on either side of Ten Sleep Canyon, climbers have their pick of climbing at different elevations and aspects. This cool feature of the canyon allows for comfortable temperatures through eight months a year with the option of choosing sun or shade.