C4 on Indefinite Pause

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.

15% Off at BackCountry

CCC Members get 15% off at Backcountry.com. 

The CCC thanks YOU as a member and thanks Backcountry.com for providing our members with a 15% off discount!


Steps for your discount:

1)      Make sure your membership is current at Use https://carolinaclimbers.org/members 


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Action Alert: Pisgah Nantahala Forest Plan

The deadline for comments on the Pisgah Nantahala Forest Plan is fast approaching. The Draft Plan has been released since March and needs your input before June 29. The CCC and Access Fund have been working on influencing the plan since 2012. Although the current Draft Plan acknoweldges climbing as a positive way to connect people to the land, the plan falls short on many climbing related management strategies. You now have the power to make change within this draft plan and positive influence the climbing landscape.

Bradley Falls... Access saved!

Bradley Falls and the cliffs surrounding it have been placed in a Temporary Restricted Zone by the NC Wildlife Resource Commission. Thanks to our collaborations with NCWRC, climbers will have access into the Temporary Restricted Zone via a Memorandum of Agreement.  Agreements cover you for a year and are free. Special thanks to NCWRC for working on this with us!