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GUIDELINES FOR CLIMBERS

Climbers can help preserve access by being responsible users of climbing areas. Here are some practical ways to support climbing.

  • COMMIT YOURSELF TO "LEAVING NO TRACE." Pick up liter around campgrounds and the crags. Let your actions inspire others.
  • DISPOSE OF HUMAN WASTE PROPERLY. Use toilets when ever possible. If none are available, choose a spot 50 meters aways from any water source and use bio degratable toilet paper (available at REI and other local climbing supply dealers). Dig a hole 6 inches deep and bury your waste in it.
  • UTILIZE EXISTING TRAILS. Avoid cutting switchbacks and trampling vegetation.
  • USE DISCRETION WHEN PLACING BOLTS AND OTHER "FIXED" PROPECTION. Camouflage all anchors with rock dust and/or dirt when applying glue to keep the natural look. Use chains for rappel stations, or leave natural colored webbing.
  • RESPECT RESTRICTIONS THAT PROTECT NATURAL RESOURCES AND CULTURAL ARTIFACTS. Appropriate restrictions can include prohibition of climbing around Indian rock art, pioneer inscriptions, and on certain formations during raptor season. Power drills are illegal in wilderness areas. Never chisel or sculpt holds in rock on public lands, unless it is expressly allowed - no other practice so seriously threatens our spot.
  • PARK IN DESIGNATED AREAS, not in undeveloped, vegetated areas. Carpool to crags!
  • MAINTAIN A LOW PROFILE. Other people have the same right to undisturbed enjoyment of natural areas as do you.
  • RESPECT PRIVATE PROPERTY. Don't trespass in order to climb.
  • JOIN US. Clean ups, trail building and other "goodwill" projects in our local areas. Simple donations are always welcome of any amount. Only working together can we make are climbing crags a more diserved area for our climbers.

 

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