Ice Climbing: Another of Provo’s Many Assets That Should Be Marketed Better

If you’ve ever driven through Provo Canyon in the winter, you’ve probably seen ice climbers on Bridal Veil Falls. As I’ve argued in previous posts, Provo is a nature lover’s paradise and that’s something the city should better capitalize on. Along with promoting our high-ranking, eco-friendly ski resort, Provo should be a leader in what KSL recently described as “Utah’s Ice Climbing Revolution.” After all, Provo already has the attraction itself in place — all that’s left is spreading the word farther and wider.

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2 responses to “Ice Climbing: Another of Provo’s Many Assets That Should Be Marketed Better

  1. Nathan

    I’d like to add heli-skiing and a designated snowmobile course to the list as well.

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