WCC Logo Larrabee photo Vantage photo Mazama photo Darrington photo Index photo



1998 Access Fund trailbuilding project,
trestle area at Exit 38

Contact us at:
Info@washingtonclimbers.org

or write:
Washington Climbers Coalition
P.O. Box 77315
Seattle, Washington 98177

We welcome all Washington climbers! Please send ideas, questions or comments, or just your contact information so we can keep in touch.

 

Get Involved!
Supporters can donate directly to the Washington Climbers Coalition or join as paid members through a joint membership program with the Access Fund. Please join us for stewardship projects at the climbing areas, and consider volunteering to help with event planning, outreach, and other activity to help us keep promoting access to climbing areas in Washington.

The WCC is completely volunteer-driven. The more people who join us, the stronger we'll be! Here are some ways you can help:

Stewardship: Join us for a crag clean up or trail project. We complete these projects at areas around the state, often working in cooperation with other climbing organizations or partner organizations who contribute to public access.

Membership: Become a joint member today with one click by going to www.accessfund.org/joinwcc. Benefits of membership include:
   · Access Fund t-shirt and other membership gifts;
   · Subscription to the Vertical Times;
   · Up to 60% discount on subscriptions to Climbing Magazine, Rock & Ice and Urban Climber magazine;
   · Preferred pricing on Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram or FIAT cars and trucks;
   · 15% discount on all online purchases of Prana clothing;
   · Updates on threatened climbing areas;
   · Most importantly, being part of a network of climbers nationwide working together to ensure access to our favorite crags.

Area Contacts: We are building a network of "area contacts" for cragging and bouldering areas around the state. Please consider volunteering to be the eyes and ears of the WCC at the local level. We need climbers to (1) keep in touch with what's going on at the local crag, (2) get to know the land manager, (3) help with outreach, and (4) take the initiative to be proactive with crag stewardship (like identifying where a clean-up or trail project might be needed). Let us know how you can help.

WCC Resources: We also want to build a roster of volunteers with specific skills to help our mission. These skills include:

   ·Trail crew leaders
   ·Recreation planning
   ·Wildlife biology
   ·Botany
   ·Outreach
   ·Event planning
   ·Grant writing
   ·Journalism/general writing skills
   ·Real estate
   ·Legal
   ·Non-profit experience
   ·Web development & design
   ·Graphic design
   ·Accounting


 

Stewardship Activities:
Watch for upcoming stewardship projects on our front page or on our Facebook page. Read about past projects here:

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Joint Membership With Access Fund:
Go to Access Fund website to sign up for joint membership with WCC and Access Fund.

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