September 14, 2009 - Five Ten Webmaster
5.10® Athlete Elizabeth Hardwick tells us about her latest activites in SLC
"Recently I've just been climbing routes as often as possible, trying to get my endurance back after taking a bit of a break due to a hand injury. I'm getting back in shape just in time for the weather starting to cool off a little. I hope to finish up a couple mini projects in American Fork soon. The next month is going to be busy around here in SLC as far as climbing/climbing community events go. At the end of September is the Adopt-a-Crag day; the SLCA will be doing cleaning and trail work in Ferguson Canyon here. Also in a couple weeks Ari Menitove (who I work with) and I will be taking our coworker's Explorer Scout troop out climbing in Big Cottonwood Canyon. Then the Craggin Classic is here in early October. I'm going to be involved with that by leading a 'local expert' type of tour for participants." Elizabeth
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