This is the Liberty Mountain Trash Cylinder Mountainous Trashicus. While it is indigenous to the warehouse area of Liberty Mountain’s Utah headquarters, its diet consists of trash from all outdoor regions including local canyons, parking lots, and exotic snacks brought to it by employees and friends from across the U.S.
Who knew that there is a program for fourth graders to visit any of our country’s national parks for free? Did you also know that this offer has been extended to fifth graders by the office of the National Park Service Director? How does this program work? Do I want to take advantage of it? How do I attend responsibly, enjoying the land while protecting it?
On October 30, 2020 Liberty Mountain team member Jake Hirschi assisted with an act of rememberance for military veterans organized by Follow the Flag. An enormous American flag was suspended above the mouth of Coldwater Canyon in North Ogden, Utah. The flag flies as a symbol to remember those who fell and is called "The Major" after Major Brent Taylor, a Utah mayor and serviceman who lost his life in Afghanistan.
On September 19, 2020 four remarkable ascents will be awarded Piolets d'Or 2020 during the 25th edition of the Ladek Mountain Film Festival in Poland. Of the four being awarded, two of the teams are American! Our own Beal and Grivel athlete Alan Rousseau is receiving the award for his 2019 ascent with Tino Villanueva of Tengi Ragi Tau (22,762 ft).
When COVID-19 hit early this year, Muc-Off pivoted some of their manufacturing away from bike cleaning and maintenance products to create an antibacterial range of products. They wanted to "actively play our part in fighting back against the coronavirus by deploying our agility and innovative ethos to the max." They've been donating products all over the world, including the recent donations for us to distribute in the Salt Lake valley.