The Carolina Climbers Coalition is comprised of everyday climbers from North and South Carolina, who represent a wide range of backgrounds, climbing styles, and experience. Feel free to contact the CCC. We represent your climbing interests!

We are occasionally looking for new Staff. If interested, contact

Weaver Knob Boulders Temporary Closure Until Spring

The Weaver Knob Boulders are temporarily closed. Located within the Southeastern Trust's Bald Mountain Creek Preserve, the area is under construction for Yellow Winged Warbler habitat restoration. The habitat creation should be complete by late March 2023. Thank you for your patience! Nearby McKinney Gap Boulders are open for your enjoyment and are located within the same preserve but out of reach of the construction.

Partnership with Preserving a Picturesque America

The CCC has joined forces with talented local artists from Preserving a Picturesque America (PAPA) to create one-of-a-kind original pieces of art depicting the places we love and must protect in the Hickory Nut Gorge.

Half of the funds from the purchase of each piece of art go directly toward furthering the CCC's mission of protecting, preserving and expanding climbing in the Carolinas. The other half will go to supporting the artists.

Chimney Rock Village Boulders Beta

Here is some community-produced info on the boulder problems at Chimney Rock Village Boulders.

2022 Annual Meeting

Please see the PDF for our public 2022 Annual Meeting. This meeting was conducted partially via zoom on Nov. 29, and completed at Black Dome Mountain Sports in Asheville on Dec 10, 2022 from 6-8. The evening will include films about climbing pioneers Doug Reed and Kitty Calhoun, as well as raffles, food trucks, and WIcked Weed beer.

TRC is Matching Your Donation!

Triangle Rock Club will be matching dollar for dollar your donation toward the CCC's recent purchase of the Maibauer Boulders, up to $10,000! Make your matching donation at between now and December 31st and each $1 that you give equals $2 towards conserving this critical climbing resource in perpetuity. Can you help match TRC's $10,000?