Teaching Youth and Adults the Sport of Fencing in Northern Utah since 1983
Wasatch Fencing is a non-profit, volunteer driven organization, which teaches 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, Princeton, Air Force Academy, Notre Dame and Stanford universities.
Sign-up Now for August 12 – 16 Camps for Beginners and Competitive Fencers
Wasatch Fencing is offering a competitive a beginning camp August 12 – 16. The competitive camp runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is for fencers that have been fencing for about a year or more. The camp will focus on tactical skills for foil and epee. This is a great follow up to our June camp and will prepare fencers for the upcoming season.
The basic camp is for those fencers, 7 to 18 years old, that have been fencing for a short time or who have never fenced before. Participants will learn/review the foundational fundamentals of the sport and have the opportunity to fence foil, epee, and saber.
Registration Open for August Tournaments at Wasatch Fencing
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 Monday, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Contact us and we will get back to you to schedule your first fencing lesson or answer any questions you have.
Adult Program Offers Foil, Epee and Saber Fencing for People of All Ages!
You are never too old to start fencing. Wasatch Fencing offers an adult program which is open to all adults with or without any fencing experience. Adults meet on Saturdays from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. Each session includes about an hour of instruction and an hour of open fencing. Adults are also welcome to attend our evening open fencing sessions at 7 p.m.
If you have never fenced before, we suggest taking a LessonOne which is an hour one-on-one lesson with one of our coaches to get you started.
Regardless you just want to get a good cardio workout or get serious and train for competition, all adults 18 to 90+ years old are welcome. More Info