Protect America's Climbing

1 in 5 climbing areas in the US is threatened by an access issue.

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© Kai Böttcher | AVP Boulders, VA

Why Care

Threats to our climbing areas come in many forms—and we must act quickly and nimbly to protect them.

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Jerry Dodrill | Sierras, CA

Nearly 60% of our climbing areas are on public lands.

A growing movement of law and policy makers at the federal and state levels have launched a systematic attack on our public lands.
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© Joe Sambataro

We're loving our climbing areas to death.

Micro Trash. Erosion. Human Waste. Climber impacts on our outdoor landscapes are greater than ever. But there is a solution, and it starts with you.
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Current Campaigns

Here's how you can help protect America's climbing.

Protect the Future of Climbing at Bears Ears

The U.S. Department of Interior is moving quickly in an attempt to codify the illegal 85% reduction of Bears Ears National Monument by developing a management plan for the reduced monument units. We need you to speak up!
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Reopen Williamson Rock to Climbing!

We need your help to reopen Williamson Rock after a 13 year closure. Please take 5 minutes to comment on this critical planning process using our easy letter writing tool.
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Chris Vultaggio

Join Us: Access Fund Annual Event

Join us in New York City on September 22 for our biggest party of the year. Connect with friends, celebrate our access and conservation successes, learn some new advocacy skills, and support the fight for America’s public lands.
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© Shannon Millsaps

Protect Dogwood and Hell's Kitchen

We need your help to protect Hell's Kitchen and the Dogwood Boulders, making sure they remain in climber friendly hands forever.
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