Where we go

Where we go

Utah

Aspiro Wilderness Adventure Therapy is based in Utah.
We explore 5 incredible locations throughout the state.

Wasatch Front

Mount Timpanogos rises 12.000 feet from the Salt Lake Valley, the crown of the Wasatch. She stands as a beacon of the beauty and adventure that awaits those who are willing to enter this wonderland.

Wasatch Front

Mount Timpanogos rises 12.000 feet from the Salt Lake Valley, the crown of the Wasatch. She stands as a beacon of the beauty and adventure that awaits those who are willing to enter this wonderland.

Great Basin

Miles of openness, rolling desert hills, the smell of juniper and sage; this is the western edge of civilization. Students learn to love and appreciate the simplicity and natural elements found in this stark desert landscape. The basin offers a unique, quiet opportunity to engage in self-reflection backpacking, hiking or mountain biking.

The Colorado Plateau

This is "Red Rock Country". Excursions into this area of the state are one of the highlights of every student's experience. The high desert gives way to the winding canyons, fins, hoodoos and arches that draw people to Utah from all over the world.

The Colorado Plateau

This is "Red Rock Country". Excursions into this area of the state are one of the highlights of every student's experience. The high desert gives way to the winding canyons, fins, hoodoos and arches that draw people to Utah from all over the world.

High Uintas

The Uinta Mountains are the western entrance to the Great Rocky Mountains. Students experience the rugged environment of the western edge and fall in love with the wild beauty the Rockies are known for.

Mojave Desert

The Great Basin Landscape of the Mojave gives way to a barren expanse dominated by Joshua trees, yucca and red rock. The volcanic history of the region is evident by cliff bands of basalt, scorched earth and winding lava tubes. The bright, natural colors in this area are awe inspiring.

Mojave Desert

The Great Basin Landscape of the Mojave gives way to a barren expanse dominated by Joshua trees, yucca and red rock. The volcanic history of the region is evident by cliff bands of basalt, scorched earth and winding lava tubes. The bright, natural colors in this area are awe inspiring.