March 10, 2013
The Front Climbing Club in Ogden, Utah, opened in 2010 and is one of the latest symbols of Ogden's transformation from a railroad town to an outdoor recreation hub.
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Through the large windows of what used to be part of the deserted American Can factory, rock climbers scale a massive wall until 10 p.m. In another part of the 15,000-square-foot facility, athletes pump iron while more people behind them try to cross a slackline. Upstairs, a private yoga lesson is going strong.