Nathaniel Coleman is an Olympic silver medalist in climbing and a four-time U.S. national bouldering champion based out of Salt Lake City, Utah. Known for his unmatched composure and mental fortitude, he tackles every problem with calculated confidence and control that has quickly brought him to the top of the competitive bouldering community. Although a competitor at heart, Coleman deepens his love of the sport through climbing around the world, from breathtaking Swiss and South African summits to the great granite walls of Little Cottonwood Canyon in his native state. His intimate connection with these natural climbing marvels inspires his passion for sustainability in the sport. Advocating for what he describes as his set of climbing ethics, Coleman calls for the conservation of majestic sites such as these to ensure the same climbing experience for generations to come.