Teaching Youth the Sport of Fencing in Northern Utah since 1983

Fencing Lessons in UtahWasatch Fencing is a non-profit, all volunteer organization, which teaches youth a healthy attitude toward life, competition and respect for others through the sport of fencing.

Wasatch Fencing has been teaching Olympic-style foil, epee and saber fencing since 1983. Along with having lots of fun, our fencers are considered to be among the best in Utah and in the nation. Previous members of Wasatch Fencing have gone on to fence for NCAA programs such as Duke, MIT and Stanford universities.

Learn to Fence Foil, Epee or Saber in About an Hour

Our LessonOne program will introduce you to the sport of fencing and have you ready for your first bout in about an hour. Once you have completed your LessonOne you can start attending your age group’s practices, which meet on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

  • The cost for a LessonOne is $30
  • LessonOnes are taught on weekdays at 4 p.m.
  • Just show up wearing a t-shirt, long sweat pants and athletic shoes
  • We start youth as young as 8-years old
  • Adults of all ages are welcome

Contact us and we will get back to you within a day or so to schedule your LessonOne or answer any questions you have.

fence-for-foodWill Fence for Food 2017 Slated for January 2

The 13th annual Will Fence for Food charity tournament will be held at Wasatch Fencing on Monday, January 2. All donations will again be given to the Family Connection Center’s food bank in Layton, Utah.

Fencers are asked to bring $20 to $30 of canned food in lieu of entry fees. Cash donations will be accepted as well.

There are events for all abilities and ages of fencers. Fencers may register at AskFred.net