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Wyoming Section
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Wyoming has innumerable amazing climbing destinations. Alpine, sport, bouldering, trad—whatever your chosen discipline. Check out the newly developed cliffs in Ten Sleep, the stunning cracks of Devil's Tower, or the burly offwidths at Vedauwoo. And don't forget Sinks Canyon, Wild Iris, and the Wind Rivers! Come to Wyoming, and if you're ever done sampling our amazing stone, well, then you can go to the Tetons!

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Events Section Chair Volunteer Contact

Find Guidebooks for Wyoming

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Contact & Volunteer

It's easy to get in touch with your Regional Coordinator, or the Club.

Email your Wyoming Section Chair at wyoming@americanalpineclub.org

Email Rockies Regional Coordinator Adam Peters at apeters@americanalpineclub.org

Give the Club a call at (303) 384-0110

Check out the Rockies Region Volunteer Wall of Fame

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Wyoming Section Chair

Micah Rush has over 19 years of climbing experience including alpine/mountaineering, big wall, sport, trad, and ice climbing. His climbing ascents have taken him throughout North and South America, as well as Europe and Southeast Asia. Micah has first ascents throughout Wyoming and authored a guidebook for Fremont Canyon as well as worked to replaced many of the “unsafe”, old fixed gear in Fremont Canyon and Dome Rock through the Anchor Replacement Initiative. In 2009 Micah was awarded the International Climber’s Festival Board of Director’s Award for his contributions to the Wyoming climbing community.

Micah currently holds the Cirque Traverse record in the Wind River Range with a time of 10:15. When Micah is not guiding or climbing, he works as a firefighter and first responder using his extensive emergency medical training, as well well as rope rescue and confined space rescue techniques. During the winter months, Micah spends his time ski mountaineering in the Tetons, ice climbing, or training for ultra marathons.

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