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20 Years, 20 Milestones: Access Fund Celebrates 20th Anniversary
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3/18/2011
This year, the Access Fund celebrates its 20th anniversary. In celebration of our heritage, we invite you to look back with us on 20 great milestones that have helped shape the course of the Access Fund and climbing in America.

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3/18/2011
This year, the Access Fund celebrates its 20th anniversary. In celebration of our heritage, we invite you to look back with us on 20 great milestones that have helped shape the course of the Access Fund and climbing in America.

Mount Rainier Fee Increase Announced
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3/17/2011
The Access Fund learned Tuesday that the National Park Service has implemented a $13 increase in the cost of an annual climbing pass (from $30 to $43) to climb Mount Rainier. This increase was effective March 15, 2011. The Park Service will offer a new annual Youth Climbing Pass for climbers 24-years of age and younger for $30.

Las Vegas Climbers Liaison Council Signs MOU with the BLM
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3/12/2011
After a year working with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to get a formal collaborative agreement in place around climbing management at Red Rocks, the Las Vegas Climbers Liaison Council (LVCLC) is pleased to report that it has signed an official Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the federal land management agency.

Access Fund Represents Climbers in Washington, DC
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3/12/2011
In early March Access Fund representatives traveled to Washington, DC to advocate for climber interests on a number of pressing issues. The Access Fund’s trip focused primarily on longstanding issues that are finally coming to a head: National Park Service mountaineering fees and policies for managing fixed anchors in wilderness.

New raptor monitoring program in the South Platte will provide greater climbing access
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3/12/2011
We are pleased to announce that the County recently gained legal access from a municipal water district, which will enable annual monitoring at Cathedral Spires, preventing a blanket closure. A full area closure is expected from March 1st through the end of April. During this time, the County will locate active nest sites, evaluate the minimum buffer size, and implement spot closures.



Jailhouse Unlocked: Community helps Access Fund reach initial fundraising goal
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2/25/2011
The Access Fund is thrilled to announce the completion of the initial fundraising phase for Jailhouse Rock. In just over two months, climbers and conservationists from California and beyond have raised over $49,000—exceeding our initial fundraising goal.


ACTION ALERT: Climber Comments Needed to NPS Wilderness Fixed Anchor Proposal
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2/22/2011
In January the National Park Service (NPS) released an updated draft of its wilderness management policies which cover a wide range of topics including provisions specific to climbing fixed anchors. Iconic climbing areas in the U.S.—including Yosemite, Zion, Black Canyon, and Rocky Mountain national parks—will be governed by this new policy. Climber comments are needed to advocate for several clarifications and improvements to DO #41.

Access Fund Wants Your Input on NPS Fixed Anchor Proposal
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The National Park Service has released an updated draft of its wilderness management policies. The Access Fund is soliciting the input of the climbing community to inform our policy position on the critically important issue of climbing fixed anchors in National Park Service Wilderness.

Climbing Saved – For Now – After Quarry Operation Halted at Rock Canyon, UT
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1/13/2011
Rock Canyon, one of Utah’s oldest climbing areas 40 miles south of Salt Lake City outside Provo, recently had a major success in a legal dispute over whether the canyon’s rock could be mined.

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