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Pisgah Climbing Festival 2012

Carolina Climbers Coalition

Friday, November 2, 2012 at 6:00 PM - Sunday, November 4, 2012 at 10:00 AM (EDT)

Pisgah Climbing Festival 2012

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1st Ever Pisgah Climbing Festival. Come join us for a weekend of climbing and fun. Mandatory $10 Donation will get you:



Silent Auctions


Guidebook Signings







From Asheville, take State Highway 280 south to Brevard. At the junction of U.S. Highway 276/64/280, follow Highway 64 west through Brevard to Cathy's Creek Road/Forest Road 471. Take a right and go 1.25 miles to campground entrance.



Looking Glass Outfitters

Upstate Bouldering

Brevard Rock Gym

Cobourn, Sabley and Associates

ReGear Outdoors

Vision Climbing Holds

Misty Mountain Threadworks

Brad and Mike Reardon with the New Cedar Rock Climbing Guidebook

Barndoor Climbing Holds

American Alpine Club

Ron Gulden


Have questions about Pisgah Climbing Festival 2012? Contact Carolina Climbers Coalition

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Friday, November 2, 2012 at 6:00 PM - Sunday, November 4, 2012 at 10:00 AM (EDT)

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Carolina Climbers Coalition


The Carolina Climber's Coalition was established January 16, 1995 with the purposes of preserving the natural environment, promoting safe climbing practices and preserving climber's access to climbing areas in North and South carolina. Bill Webster, the first Chair for the CCC answered the most common question from climbers in the Carolinas during the summer of 1995: "What exactly is the Carolina Climber's Coalition?"

"The Coalition was created as a result of a rumor that spread throughout North Carolina in 1994. Climbers mistakenly thought that state parks would be closed to climbing as the result of a fatality at Crowder's Mountain. State park officials and climbers met in Charlotte and determined that a park closure was not planned and that a coalition would best serve the interests of both climbers and park officials. In January 1995 almost 100 area climbers voted unanimously to create the coalition to help preserve climbing access in the Carolinas."

Since 1995, the Carolina Climbers Coalition has grown and expanded. Today the CCC is a 501c3 nonprofit corporation. We still hold onto the motto, preserving protecting and expanding your climbing opportunities, but that has taken new meaning. In 2005 Sean Cobourn, then president, and Jon Myers got wind of the opportunity to purchase one of the largest cliffs in the Southeast, Laurel Knob. With overwhelming community and industry support, the CCC made an offer to purchase the cliff.

The purchase of Laurel Knob transformed the the CCC from grassroots organization to landowners, land managers and advocates. This change allows us to be part of a growing movement of organizations that are truly preserving and expanding your climbing opportunities. We continue to work with local, state and federal organizations to help preserve and protect our climbing privileges.

The board of the CCC is composed of 12 volunteer members. Five prospective officers are appointed by current officers and board member and elected to positions during the fall meeting every other year. Area representatives serve as liasons between the communities, land managers and the officers of the board. We host two annual public meetings per year.

We hope you will support this cause through your continued support of the CCC.

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