ABOUT HANSEN MOUTAINEERING
Hansen Mountaineering is located in Orem, Utah. We are minutes away from some of the most amazing mountain hikes and climbing spots in the world. Furthermore, we are just a few hours away from some of the coolest canyons and slot canyons you can climb, hike, and rappel. With over 30 years experience in the outdoor adventure industry, we're anxious to help you with your adventures. We sell gear, offer rental equipment, sage advice, we also have a climbing gym for you to use (cheapest in the valley), and you can even book our gym to help your scouts earn a merit badge. We look forward to seeing you in the store or in the wild.
1799 North State Street Orem, UT 84057 - Shop Online at Sweatyhat.com
(801) 226-7498 Mon - Fri 10AM to 8PM, Sat 10AM to 7PM
ONLINE STORE IS LIVE! VISIT US AT SWEATYHAT.COM
Class Sign-Up & Gym Reservation
Indoor Shoe Rental: $3
Harness, ATC, & Carabiner: $3
$99 for 10-25 individuals two hours (includes rental equipment)
$15 per ½ hour (does not include rental equipment)
$20 per scout min of 5 scouts
Class is broken into two 2-hour courses scheduled by leader
This course is currently under revision
and will be offered early next spring
Hansen Mountaineering Clinic
Free Adventure Clinics held every 2nd and 4th Wednesday at 7pm.
Prior clinics have include climbing techniques (sport and trad), canyoneering, anchor building, rappelling techniques, avalanche essentials, etc
6-8 Vertical Self Rescue- Come learn the fundamentals of rope rescue skills. Perfect for Climbing, Canyoneering, Rappelling, Mountaineering and Caving.
6-22 Maps and Navigation
Free Yin Yoga Vinyasa - Thursday nights at 8:15pm starting 4/28/2016
Hansen Mountaineering presents a gentle yoga practice designed to release tension and cam the nervous system. The perfect practice to recover, restore, and re-love your body and mind.
Come by the shop or give us a call.
We'd love to hear from you!
"Great things are done when men and mountain meet."
"Chasing angels or fleeing demons, go to the mountains."
"Life is a bit like mountaineering - never look down."