In Oct. 2020, we were honored to have recieved an Attorney General Stein Dogwood Award. We were honored for founding our C4 program and for building new recreation infrastructure in the Carolinas.
We have worked with Chimney Rock Village and CR Fire Department to establish a trail easement through Chimney Rock Village land on Round Top Mountain. The Village Boulders Trail is now in progress by the CCC and volunteers. We need your help! Contact email@example.com if interested in helping with the 1/3 mile trail build leading to roughly 50-100 boulder problems, big views, and even a small waterfall.
Scholarship Details: The recipient of the scholarship will recieve one, two day course of their choice offered at various locations and dates by Fox Mountain Guides. Fox Mountain Guides course offerings range from complete beginners courses to complex self rescue courses. The scholarship recipient will be able to choose which scheduled 2 day course fits their needs.
Thanks to the great work of our C4 Team, we have surpassed our trail goals and have collectively gained so much in the process! With the eight of our C4 Team members, we worked on 4 climbing sites, built over 2 miles of sustainable climbers trail, became an active part of opening two new climbing areas, installed hundreds of steps and grade dips.
That's right, climbers have (almost) saved Buckeye Knob! We have $25,000 to go on our loan payment, which is due March 2021.
If you purchase this Buckeye Knob shirt, $10 of your purchase will go directly to the loan pay off and help save Buckeye Knob! Thanks to Kristi Cooke and ReCover Brands for the design.