Trango and Tenaya renew support for the CCC

Trango and Tenaya Climbing have been pivotal in our success as an organization. Each year, Trango/ Tenaya's support helps us open new climbing areas, maintain impacts on existing climbing areas, and bring together the community. Take a look at this article from Outdoor Sports Wire, highlighting Trango/ Tenayas support of the CCC!

Pisgah Nantahala Forest Plan Updates

Linville Gorge, Short Off, Looking Glass Rock, Whiteside, Big Green, Cedar Rock, all boulders in National Forest, Sam’s Ice, The Dump, and so many more of our beloved climbing areas will be affected by the Pisgah Nantahala Land Management Forest Plan. The Forest Plan will guide forest management for the next twenty years. At the CCC, we have been a part of the planning process since 2012 along with our access partners, Access Fund, and dozens of partnering stakeholders.

Annual Report 2021

See our attached 2021 Annual Report.

Rumble Rope Comp Score Card

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

The Rumble

That's right, the Rumble is back! Click here to register for our 7th annual bouldering and roped climbing competition at Rumbling Bald.

Big thanks to title sponsors The Riveter!

 

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.  

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