Working with Your Local Climbing Organization

Need help managing climbing? The Access Fund has a large network of affiliated local climbing organizations across the country, and chances are there’s a local group near you. These local climbing organizations are eager to partner with you in support of your land management priorities.

Building a strong, ongoing relationship with your local climbing organizations can help you or your agency meet land management goals for climbing area stewardship, maintenance, climber education, resource protection, funding, and more.

If you own or manage a climbing area, contact Access Fund at 303-545-6772 or [email protected] and we’ll put you in touch with the right local group. Or reference our Local Climbing Organization contact list.

Resource Center

Bureau of Land Management MOU

Access Fund has a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Bureau of Land Management that outlines a cooperative relationship between climbers and BLM land managers. Climbing advocates can use this MOU to gain a seat at the table and facilitate a positive working relationship with BLM land managers.

US Forest Service MOU

Access Fund has a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the US Forest Service that outlines a cooperative relationship between climbers and USFS land managers. Climbing advocates can use this MOU to gain a seat at the table and facilitate a positive working relationship with USFS land managers.

National Park Service MOU

Access Fund has a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the National Park Service that outlines a cooperative relationship between climbers and NPS land managers. Climbing advocates can use this MOU to gain a seat at the table and facilitate a positive working relationship with NPS land managers.