Logan Canyon. This can safely be said to not be the best place in Utah for iceclimbs. However, many lines have been scratched upwards by ice-hungry locals. The climb locations are referenced to mileposts along Highway US89. Directions (i.e. "right" and "left") refer to traveling up-canyon.

Blacksmith Fork Canyon.

Cutler Dam. This is private property: Obtain permission.

Willard Area. There are a few canyons with water-ice east of Willard Bay.

Ogden Area.

Big Cottonwood Canyon.

  • Little Cottonwood Canyon. Directions: From Sandy (SE Salt Lake City), go East on Hwy 210 (towards Alta and Snowbird ski areas).
  • American Fork Canyon. Along the flanks of Mt. Timpanogos can be found some flows. At least one climb con be found down-canyon from Timpanogos Cave. There are ice-climbs above Aspen Grove high on Mt. Timpanogos.

    Provo Canyon. Directions: take the 8th North exit (#275) in Orem and continue east on Hwy52 to merge onto Hwy 189. Bridal Veil Falls is one of the main points of reference for Provo Canyon, and is just a few miles up from the mouth of the canyon. There is a convenient creekside parkinglot from which all of the climbs can be approached. The climbs are listed in a roughly West to East order. It is easiest to park at the tramway/picnic-area to access most of the climbs.

    Indian Canyon. This canyon on the south side of the city of Duchesne has rumoured ice!Please write me if you can confirm it.

    Flaming Gorge. There are rumours of much ice in Flaming Gorge. Please write me if you can confirm it.

    Soldier Summit. Many short pillars can form along Hwy 6 between Spanish Fork and Helper. Below are listed the most reliably forming.

    Santaquin Canyon. Directions: take exit 248 from Interstate 15, then head south along the east frontage road to Santaquin Canyon road. Drive and hike up-canyon. The climbs form on the south canyon-side, are listed in lower to upper canyon order. It is probable that you'll see the upper part of Angel of Fear during the approach.

    North Creek Canyon.Directions: take exit 236 from Interstate 15, head west into the village of Mona; In Mona, head north for about a mile, then turn east on a road that will take you back under I15 and up through a gravel quarry. Drive as far as you can into the canyon, then start walking on a decent trail. The climb is on the southern side of the canyon about a mile from the canyon's mouth.

    Maple Canyon.Directions: From I15 in Nephi, take exite 225 east onto Hwy 132 to Fountain Green (which is about ten miles East of Nephi on Hwy 132). Follow the small signs to "Maple Canyon" south for about four miles past turkey and cow barns to Maple Canyon. The road in not plowed , so it may be necessary to walk into the canyon for a mile, or two. There are dozens of great ice-climbs here. A list is forthcoming.

    Joe's Valley. Directions: From Orangeville, go West on Hwy 29 into Joe's Valley. Most of the dozen ice-climbs in this area occur in gullies and alcoves before the reservoir spillway; CCC Falls and Donorsicle(aka 44 Magnum) are the exceptions.

    Huntington CreekOn UT31 west of the town of Huntington.

    Tushar MtnsThe Cascade Falls forms up early in the season, but Bullion Falls requires very low temperatures due to its high flow rate. Access this area by driving west from Marysvale on Center Street to Bullion Canyon Road and into Bullion Canyon. This is a former gold mining area, and you'll pass miner's cabins and ghost towns enroute. Continue until stopped by snow, then hike/ski/machine-ride to the new bridge (formerly collapsed) at "Bullion City."

    Kanab Area

    Zion National Park Many low angle flows form from water seeps in the Park. The surrounding scenery creates a unique iceclimbing experience.

    Cedar City environs. There is ice in southern Utah. Contribute information if you know where and what.