Climbers In Quarantine: The Weekly Stoke

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Greetings fellow hermits! We can’t remember the last time we spent this much time indoors, and it’s starting to hurt our brains. Luckily there are still plenty of climbing access and conservation projects to keep us busy, but what to do with those endless evening hours? We’re excited to present The Weekly Stoke—a blog series to keep us all connected and give us something interesting to do. Stay sane and keep washing your hands.

Climbers Stuck Inside: Photo of the Week

Who doesn't love a broom closet chimney? For more shenanigans, follow @ladylockoff. Got stuck inside photos? Tag #accessfund to share.

Indoor Training Freebies

Must. Stay. Fit.

COVID-19 Resources for Climbers

We strongly encourage all climbers to help flatten the curve and err on the side of caution. Here’s how you can help.
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Entertaining Tidbits

Some of our favorites from around the web.

  • Y'all are hysterical when you have too much time on your hands. Proof:
  • Dreaming of better days? Discover Denny Cove, one of the South’s newest climbing sport climbing areas.
Credit Photo Courtesy of:
Kris Ugarriza

Tread Lightly Tip of the Week

Store this one in your brain bank for when it’s time to get back out on the rock: Climbing on wet sandstone, and even limestone and some large-grained granite, can forever damage the rock and the climbing experience. When in doubt, let it dry out before climbing.

We’re In This Together

#accessfund #climbingadvocate