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Merrick Ales | Reimer's Ranch, TX

Current Campaigns

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R. Tyler Gross | Stoney Point, CA

Join the ROCK Project Tour

Ready to take your climbing to the next level? Join Access Fund and Black Diamond as we bring together professional athletes, indoor climbing gyms, and local climbing advocacy organizations for a series of exclusive multi-day events, including climbing clinics, presentations, stewardship projects, and parties.
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Save The Homestead!

With a narrow window of opportunity, the Access Fund secured temporary ownership of the access point to The Homestead—a unique backcountry limestone climbing area in central Arizona—to save this incredible area from indefinite closure under new ownership. Now, we need your help to secure permanent protection and long-term stewardship.
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John Dickey | Vedewoo, WY

Become a Member Today

United we are stronger. Join the Access Fund tribe today and become part of the largest climbing advocacy movement in America. Together we can keep our climbing areas open and protected.
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Commit to The Pact

The future of climbing access depends on us: the strong, passionate tribe of climbers who are committed to protecting the climbing areas we love. Join us and take responsibility for the places we climb. Commit to The ROCK Project Pact... and challenge your climbing friends and partners to do the same.

Apply For A Grant

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Nathan Smith | Seneca Rocks, WV
The Access Fund’s Climbing Conservation Grant Program funds projects that preserve or enhance climbing access and opportunities and conserve the climbing environment throughout the US. We welcome applications from local climbing organizations, government agencies, conservation organizations, land trusts, and individuals.
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Apply for a Loan

The Access Fund’s Climbing Conservation Loan Program provides local climbing organizations and land trusts with bridge financing and transaction expertise for time-sensitive projects. With quick access to funds and expertise, locals can scoop up a threatened climbing area, then take the time they need to raise money for its...
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As climbers, we are the natural advocates and stewards of our climbing areas. But we must be willing to stand up and care for them. We are always in need of more boots on the ground to tackle local access issues, steward climbing areas, build relationships with landowners and managers, and educate and inspire local climbing communities.
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Report an Access Issue

Need help with an access issue at your climbing area? Whether the area is on private or public land, we are here to help.
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Register an Adopt a Crag

Hosting an Adopt a Crag event? Tell us about it and we'll send you some resources and publish the event on our calendar to help you rally volunteers.
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