On Sunday, September 10, join the Bay Area Climbers Coalition, Chris Schulte, Planet Granite, Touchstone, and the Access Fund at Indian Rock in Sanborn-Skyline County Park to discuss climbing stewardship and advocacy at a time when our public outdoor spaces are threatened. Registration and more details can be found here! We will further the discussion started at the Access Fund’s Climber Advocacy Summit on Saturday and chat with representatives from important regional partners of BACC, including land managers, climbing gyms, retailers, brands, athlete-stewards, and the Access Fund. Following the discussion and a walk-through of recently-completed stewardship projects at Indian Rock, we will split for either 1) an optional on-site fixed anchor replacement discussion, or 2) open, independent climbing at the nearby Indian, Castle, and Summit Rock crags.
Who should come: Anyone eager to learn how BACC works with local businesses and organizations to carry out our mission of climbing stewardship.
What to expect: A moderated but open-ended discussion of regional partnerships, tours of completed projects, and climbing (weather permitting)
What to wear/bring: Dress for Bay Area weather and bring snacks, water, and climbing gear if desired.
Where/when to meet: Meet at the entrance for Indian Rock on Skyline Boulevard by 9 a.m. on Sunday, September 10. (Full description and directions on our registration page).
See you there!