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Access Fund National Climbing Management Summit
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2/14/2007

On March 10 and 11 the Access Fund will host a National Climbing Management Summit in Golden, CO. This conference will provide a forum for land managers from across the country to discuss and share specific climbing management practices that work.

 



Arches National Park Update, UT
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2/14/2007

In May of 2006 the National Park Service (NPS) placed a moratorium on new fixed anchors in Arches National Park. This moratorium bans pitons (or bolts) on existing aid routes, effectively making many of the established routes in Arches closed to future ascents.



Chimney Rock purchased by Hickory Nut Gorge State Park, NC
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2/14/2007

On January 30, 2007, The State of North Carolina announced plans to officially buy Chimney Rock (996 acre parcel) for $24 million. Sean Cobourn, past President of the Carolina Climbers Coalition stated "The CCC has been lobbying for this and today the dream came true. CRP will now be included in the new Hickory Nut Gorge State Park. Don't pull out your rack yet, but keep your fingers crossed that we can negotiate access to this gem."



Improve the Future of Climbing at Hueco Tanks ACT NOW!
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2/14/2007

Texas State Parks are in a vulnerable position resulting from inadequate and declining state funding over the last decade. These parks include Hueco Tanks, Enchanted Rock and McKinney Falls, all of which contain climbing or bouldering.



Legislators Propose Electronic Signaling Devices for Mountaineers, OR
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2/14/2007

Following hi-drama rescue efforts this winter on Oregons Mt. Hood, electronic signaling devices (ESDs) have been touted by the media as key to saving lives.



Madrone Wall Update, OR
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2/14/2007

The Parks Advisory Board (PAB) reviewed Clackamas County Parks Department staff recommendations for the next five years parks budget on 23 January. Thirty-five projects were recommended by County Parks staff for funding from an overall budget of $6.437 million. Included in the staff recommendation were two Madrone Wall allocations.



Access To Hyalite Canyon Ice Climbing In Jeopardy
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1/11/2007

The new Gallatin National Forest travel plan severely threatens access to the world-class ice climbing in Hyalite Canyon near Bozeman, Montana. The plan closes and gates Hyalite Canyon road, the only reasonable access road to the ice climbing, between January 1 and May 15.



Black Cliffs, Boise, ID
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1/11/2007

The Cliffs subdivision, above the Black Cliffs in Boise was approved by the county commissioners. The Cliffs will place approximately 1,400 new homes above Boises most popular crag.



Cave Rock Update, NV
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1/11/2007

Cave Rock Lawsuit Scheduled for Oral Arguments at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals

 



Farley Ledge, MA
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1/11/2007

Cash for a Closing Peregrines Return - Vandalized Again. The WMCC is approaching a milestone event in its efforts to secure permanent access to some of the finest climbing and bouldering in southern New England. Soon representatives of the WMCC will attend a property closing with sufficient financial resources in hand to acquire a 9-acre parcel of property adjacent to the base of Farley Ledge in Erving, MA.



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