According to police, four teens, including two boys and two girls decided to hike on the mountain after 11:00 p.m. Monday.
Police say the four climbers reached the Y, but then continued climbing to a point above the Y known as Eagle’s Pass.
Once there, police say an 18 year old male and one of the females decided to climb down, while the other two continued to climb up.
At some point during their climb, police say both the male and female became stranded and both were struck by rocks rolling down the mountain.
At 3:40 a.m., police say the male called 911 to report that they were “bleeding profusely” and they both had concussions from the falling rocks.
Police say ground crews and a Life Flight helicopter located the stranded climbers using infra-red gear as the Mountain Rescue Team climbed up to the kids and helped them down the mountain.
Once they were safely down from the mountain, police say Provo Fire personnel treated the pair for numerous abrasions and contusions.
----Information from: Provo Police.