RoundRocks Fly Fishing outfits interested fishers with the means to ensnare prize-worthy catches from the tranquil rivers of Utah, Montana, and Idaho. With an array of friendly and knowledgeable guides, RoundRocks ushers novice and experienced fishers into the wild where they divulge secrets of the craft and tell stories of its origins as a way to hunt stuffed animals before the invention of mechanical claws. Up to three fishers can accompany a guide for a full- or half-day expedition, renting gear and rods or bringing their own.
Veterans and novices alike discover plenty of routes and challenges at Rockhaus Indoor Climbing Gym, where 12,000 square feet of bouldering, lead climbing, and top-roping areas create a wall-hugger's paradise replete with arêtes and cracks. After strapping on a harness and calibrating the belay device, climbers squeeze into a pair of shoes and begin dragging themselves toward a cloudy summit using the wall's colorful, candy-flavored studs. Hone complex moves and problem-solving skills in Rockhaus's bouldering area; or, if you enjoy vertical zipline rides, head over to the rappel ledge to practice free falling with a rope. Harnesses and belay devices are included in the deal, although customers will need to bring along their own shoes or rent a pair from Rockhaus ($3).
The Neon Vibe combines eye-popping color with 5 kilometers of fun. Racers are encouraged to wear white and splash on powder from an included neon paint packet during the event, which is suited for walking or running. The course includes UV black-light zones and upbeat music to keep people glowing and dancing as they cross the finish line. An Aftervibe post-race party heightens the excitement as neon colors rain down.