Rumble Rope Comp Score Card

Attached is the Rumble Ropes Score card for 2022. Use this to strategize!

Pilot Mountain Fire

The Pilot Mountain fire affected nearly 1000 acres. CCC representatives Bryce Mahoney and AJ Jackson had permission to review the climbing area shortly after the fires went out. Little permanent damage was done to the climbing areas, but we will have some upcoming trail days to continue to improve sustainability of the trail and base. Stay tuned! 

 

Annual Public Meeting 10/2/21

We had a wonderful annual public meeting at Hound Ears. Thank you for all who joined!

If you were unable to attend in person, please find the minutes and slideshow attached.

Northern Piedmont Board position open

9/29 Update: This application is now closed

 

The Carolina Climbers Coalition is currently seeking a new Northern Piedmont Representative to join our volunteer Board of Directors, with the position beginning in October 2021.  

The position is responsible for maintaining stewardship and access related communications with land managers and community partners in the  Moores, Pilot, and Sauratown region.  Responsibilities also include attending quarterly board meetings and checking email regularly.  

Laurel Knob Peregrine Closure Lifted

The seasonal peregrine closure on Laurel Knob has been lifted as of August 1, 2021. After a few observation days, its been determined that the peregrines have left the eyrie. Enjoy! 

CCC Board Secretary Position Application

9/29 Update: This application is now closed

 

The Carolina Climbers Coalition is currently seeking a new Secretary to join our volunteer Board of Directors, with the position beginning in October 2021.  

The Secretary position is responsible for managing social media posts, including event information, volunteer trail days, access updates and general climbing.  Responsibilities also include managing Board Meeting minutes and helping with monthly newsletters.  

CCC Crag Stewards

In February 2021, we formed our first CRAG STEWARD program. The goal is the have 1-2 long term volunteers allocated for a single crag or boulder field. Each Crag Steward's task is to assess the needs of the indiividual crag a few times per year: trail maintenance, base repair, erosion mitigation, parking issues, trash clean up, bolt replacement, rare species monitoring, graffiti clean up, etc. The CCC regional reps and Board of Directors serve as the bridge between the Crag Steward and the land manager of that crag to ensure we are in compliance with their volunteer expectations. 

Solar Panels + Climbing Access

Anyone want to save money, help the environment, AND support the CCC?! A Better Solar Solution, an Asheville-based solar company servicing North and South Carolina, will donate $1,000 to the CCC for every climber who decides to make the switch to solar through ABSS! Go to their website to sign up for a free consultation and be sure to say you were referred by the CCC in the message section to be sure we get the donation while you are saving the planet. And tell your friends! Anyone who mentions the CCC while signing up is a potential $1,000 towards climber-owned and protected land!

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