Consider being monogamous in your climbing partnerships. Climb exclusively with your housemates if possible. Otherwise, find someone with similar schedules and goals to climb with. The less people you climb with, the less germs you spread. Try to stay within 50 miles. Avoid stops at your destination; gas up & snack up in your local […]
Southwest Oregon Climbers’ Coalition
Supporting Stewardship And Access For Climbing In Southwest Oregon
SWOCC works with local climbers, organizations and stakeholders to ensure access to local climbing walls. Our on-the-ground efforts focus on stewardship and low-impact conservation.
National Reach, Local Outreach
The Southwest Oregon Climbers’ Coalition is an Oregon 501c3 non-profit that works with the Access Fund.
Roughly, our organization covers the area bounded on the north by the Roseburg area, the east by Crater Lake, the south by Medford/Ashland, and the west by the coast.
Our website serves to keep local (and visiting) climbers updated on route development, access issues (such as raptor closures), and quarterly meetings.
News & Updates
SWOCC member Matt Money put in some work to write an Access Fund Climbing Conservation grant application for 2020 &mdash: and we need you to vote on it! (BTW – thanks, Matt!) This grant would go towards the installation of a vault toilet at the Honeycombs crag outside of Roseburg, OR. The Honeycombs contain over […]
We are a young organization, looking to grow! Whether it’s taking on leadership roles in our organization or lending your bolting skills, we want you to be involved. This is a great way to connect with local climbers and give back to your community.
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