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Shelf Road: Cactus Cliffs Road Closure, CO
  • Currently 0/5 Stars.

11/14/2006

Beginning November 2006 the road leading to the Cactus Cliffs climbing area from Shelf Road will be closed. The BLM has decided to close this steep, un-maintained road due to liability issues and the requests of private property owners along the road.



Indian Creek Update
  • Currently 0/5 Stars.

10/13/2006

 Thanks in part to a Patagonia Environmental Grant, the pilot program for self management of human waste at Indian Creek nears the end of its 3rd climbing season.



AdkMCo- The Adirondack Mountaineering Coalition
  • Currently 0/5 Stars.

10/12/2006

The fall meeting of the Adirondack Mountaineering Coalition is this Saturday, October 14th.

 



Cave Rock, NV Update:
  • Currently 0/5 Stars.

10/12/2006

Access Fund Lawsuit Still Pending, Climbing Remains Closed. Over a year ago in mid-August of 2005 the Access Fund filed its most recent legal brief at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in the on-going attempt to keep climbing open at Cave Rock, a popular and important climbing area on the shore of Lake Tahoe in Nevada.



Concho Valley Climbers Association, Texas
  • Currently 0/5 Stars.

10/12/2006

Through positive communication with the local government and presenting climbers as a legitimate and viable resource to their community, the Concho Valley Climbers Association (CVCA) works with the City of San Angelo, Texas, through the Parks Dept. to develop and open climbing areas in the region.



Denver, Colorado Climbers Needed
  • Currently 0/5 Stars.

10/12/2006

Wanted: Climbers in and around Denver, Colorado interested in becoming active in climbing access and conservation. Please contact Deanne Buck, Programs Director at Deanne@AccessFund.org or 303.545.6772 x112



Proposition 106 - Conserving Arizona's Future
  • Currently 0/5 Stars.

10/12/2006

Passage of Proposition 106 on November 7th would allow about 400,000 acres of the 7,000,000 acres total of State Trust Lands to be used for Conservation. Without that designation the current system of selling State Trust Land to the highest bidder would continue and where there are now trails and climbing areas there will be houses and gated communities.



San Diego Update
  • Currently 0/5 Stars.

10/12/2006

The very popular Santee Boulders, long known to be on private property, now see housing development threatening access. Local climbers are imploring the city of San Diego to set aside the parcel containing the boulders for mitigation.



Owls Head Cliff, NH
  • Currently 0/5 Stars.

9/21/2006

The 380+/- acre Owls Head Cliff property is currently listed for sale with a real estate broker. If sold on the private market the property would likely be developed into second homes/vacation homes and an incredible community recreation resource and critical wildlife habitat could be permanently lost.



Southwest Colorado Update
  • Currently 0/5 Stars.

9/21/2006

Falls Wall and Bridal Veil Falls, Telluride, Colorado. The Falls Wall is located next to Bridal Veil Falls at an elevation of over 9500 feet. It has recently seen development of several hundred sport climbs of up to 300 ft. on high quality conglomerate rock. The Falls Wall is covered in Charlie Fowler and Damon Johnstons guide, Telluride Rocks, 3rd Edition, and is one of the premier alpine sport crags in Colorado.



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