Protect America's Climbing

Today, 1 in 5 climbing areas in the US is threatened.

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Chris Weidner

2020 Climbing Advocacy Report

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James Q. Martin

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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Joe Sambataro | The Homestead, AZ

Sometimes the only way to save a climbing area is to buy it.

Privately owned climbing areas can go up for sale with little or no warning, and when they do, we must act quickly to save them.
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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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Jeff Skalla

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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Current Campaigns

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

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R. Tyler Gross

Speak Up to Protect Joshua Tree Climbing

We need your help to correct park planner’s assertion that fixed anchors are prohibited in designated Wilderness—which is not in line with National Park Service policy and is not a position shared by other national parks.
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James Q. Martin

Tell Congress to Save Oak Flat

We need your help to urge Congress to repeal the law that allows the transfer of Oak Flat in Arizona—an Apache ancestral territory and premier climbing destination—to a foreign-owned mining company.
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© Kris Ugarriza

Tell Congress to Create Jobs By Restoring Public Lands

We need your help to push Congress to pass legislation that will maintain and improve our public lands while creating jobs for young, out-of-work Americans.
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