Mt. Diablo Adopt-A-Crag
The Access's Fund's
signature stewardship program, Adopt-A-Crag, is coming to Mt. Diablo this weekend, Sunday July 26, 2009.
events typically include activities such as litter clean-ups, trail construction and restoration, erosion control, and invasive weed removal. Mt. Diablo
, a Bay area climbing destination, hosts a number of great topropes, sport, and traditional routes. The crag's proximity to the city means it is greatly impacted by climbers, hikers, and other outdoor users. This is a great opportunity to help maintain a great crag.
These events epitomize climber conservation at the local level, showing landowners and land managers that climbers truly care about the places they recreate. This display of stewardship not only gives back to the land, but is paramount to keeping climbing areas open by showing decision makers the passion that climbers have for their climbing areas.
The day will begin with a short service project - lead by The Access Fund- helping to maintain this climbing environment for future climbers to enjoy. Then, Outward Bound
instructors will guide you through a fun, challenging and rewarding climbing experience. The climbs will be top rope routes of varying difficulty for all levels to enjoy. All gear will be provided. Day of details will be provided after you RSVP
Come help maintain a great climbing area and have fun with the Access Fund and Outward Bound.
Labels: Access Fund, Adopt-A-Crag, Outward Bound