posted by dpm on 08/29/2013
The time has come to start getting serious about attending the Idaho Mountain Festival--Powered by Asana, scheduled to be held on September 26-29, 2013 at Castle Rocks State Park and City of Rocks National Reserve in Idaho.
The Idaho Mountain Festival offers four days of slideshows, movie premiers, free meals, free camping, workshops with pro-athletes, trail races, and a whole ton of rock climbing on world-class granite. Visit www.IdahoMountainFest.com for complete details.
Camp among some of Americ's best granite at City of Rocks/Castle Rocks, Idaho. All photos provided by Ben Eaton/IMF
The hub of the festival will be located inside Castle Rocks where most of the attractions will take place with the City of Rocks only 4 miles away. With the location of the festival being no more than a 3.5 hour drive from Boise, ID and Salt Lake City, UT, this is a convenient event for friends and families to gather for some climbing and trail running adventures.
In this year’s line-up of pro-athletes—Paul Robinson, Jonathan Siegrist, Beau Stuart, Rob Pizem, Cheyne Lempe, Ben Rueck, Buddy Jones, Julie Anderson, and Conrad Piper-ruth--will be conducting workshops and presentations that will both educate and entertain those that attend.
Learn from the pros at the IMF.
Festival passes are currently available for purchase online. It is highly recommended to pre-purchase passes early before they sell out. Only a limited amount will be sold. The all-inclusive festival pass includes a slew of free amenities including tent-camping, meals, and entertainment. Purchase your tickets today at http://www.idahomountainfest.com/p/tickets.html.
The Idaho Mountain Festival has teamed up with Asana Climbing—the presenting sponsor--to make this event possible. In addition, companies such as Edelweiss, La Sportiva, Singing Rock, Cypher, The American Alpine Club, Grivel, Solid Rock—Climbers for Christ, Smith Optics, HD Insurance, Cairn Water Bottles, and Nikwax have teamed up to support this year’s festival.
Keep informed and in the loop with everything related to the Idaho Mountain Festival by following the IMF Facebook page. For more information visit www.IdahoMountainFest.com or send an email to email@example.com.
City of Rocks and Castle Rocks are known for their fantastic selection of moderate climbs. Some of the best routes, from splitter cracks to patina faces, are in the 5.6 to 5.9 range.
Vendors will be demoing their latest products. Try it before you buy it!