The Washington Climbers Coalition is a coalition of climbers. We have been able to keep climbing areas open and improve access or facilities around the state only through your contributions and cooperative efforts with land managers and others with an interest in the areas where we climb.

You do not have to register with us and pay annual dues to be a part of this coalition, but we urge climbers who support climbing access to join the Access Fund and, when you register with them, please indicate that you want to be a joint member with the Washington Climbers Coalition so that a percentage of your membership dues will be delivered to the WCC.

Meanwhile, follow us on Facebook, provide your e-mail address or snail mail address for occasional alerts or newsletters, joins us at stewardship events and, above all, represent climbing when you are out in the wild.


Check out upcoming stewardship projects to join us for a day of trail work, clean-up, special projects, (and usually climbing).

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Darrington trail project June 4, 2016

May 15th, 2016|0 Comments

Join our partners Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest and The Mountaineers to provide some tender loving care to a badly eroded trail serving the most popular crag near Darrington. Three O’Clock Rock is a remarkable […]

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