- Stop Interconnect Signs
- Wasatch Backcountry Alliance Shirts
The Central Wasatch
Here are maps depicting the existing conditions and the backcountry terrain that is threatened by One Wasatch.
Comparing the Central Wasatch to Colorado and Western Alps
The Central Wasatch is unique in size and terrain. Below is a comparison in size to Colorado and the Western Alps. Ski Resort expansion in the Central Wasatch threatens to eliminate what little backcountry terrain exists today.
From informative videos to casual shot of your favorite dawn patrol areas in the Wasatch, this is the place for videos shot for and by the Wasatch Backcountry Alliance.
Stop Interconnect Signs
If you hike, bike, ski, photograph, or enjoy water from the Wasatch (where almost all water in Salt Lake County comes from), please join in the effort to stop Interconnect.
Together we can support a Wasatch for All and keep the Wasatch Balanced.
Post a Stop Interconnect sign where people will see it. Your neighbors will ask you about Interconnect and you’ll have the perfect opportunity to share the message. To request a sign send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. A $5 minimum donation to cover sign costs is appreciated.
Wasatch Backcountry Alliance Shirts
Check out our new t-shirts available at Wasatch Touring. Get yours today!