The Gym to Crag Transition Program was designed to provide ethics and etiquette to new climbers making the transition from climbing inside to climbing outside for the first time. The program, funded in part by the American Alpine Club and the Access Fund, is a multi-media presentation that engages the audience and encourages them to be mindful climbing outside. The program is designed to be presented in gyms and to new climbers with the hopes of educating the next generation of outdoor climbers how to respect and protect their climbing resources and other fellow climbers.
Blog Posts About the Gym to Crag Transition Program
Over the weekend of November 1st, representatives of local climbing organizations, gyms, pro climbers, and other climbing advocates gathered at the Mohonk Preserve Vistor’s Center to discuss and formulate strategies for educational outreach to lessen the impact to our climbing areas. With the influx of climbers being introduced to the sport, impacts to access, the environment, and user experiences are... Read More