The WCC is proud to announce that our stewardship work on the trails and crags in Washington has returned for the 2021 climbing season. We have partnered with the Access Fund Conservation Team to line up some much-needed work at Exit 38 and in Tieton. We know you are eager to get out and help with the deferred work from a year with increased use and not a lot of maintenance.
These projects wouldn’t have been possible without our ongoing partnership with Access Fund Conservation Team and a generous donation from Athletic Brewing. This season we will focus on two areas:
Tieton Royal Columns – Erosion Mitigation (June 10-12)
This season we will work on erosion mitigation and trail maintenance at the Royal Columns from the Orange Sunshine area to the Main Wall.
Exit 38 Substation Crag – Erosion Mitigation & Trail Maintenance (June 17-26)
The goal of this work is to begin stabilization efforts on the platforms people use for belaying and congregating at the Substation climbing area located beneath the Iron Horse Trail. This is the start of a multi-year project with the goal of making one of Washington’s most used climbing spots more sustainable for future generations.
Registration is now open for each of these public volunteer dates on our Eventbrite page.
If you can’t make it to the dates provided, please use the link below to register interest in other upcoming events!