We work hard to protect and expand access to local crags while continuing to improve those areas. We are guardians of the environment and champions for wildlife. We are educators that reach out to local organizations to teach and share our passion for climbing.We are representatives and diplomats for our sport and we do not carry that responsibility lightly. We are activists who are willing to fight for our cause.
We are CRAGS, and if any of this rings true to you, then you are too. So please join today through a joint membership with Access Fund and CRAGS. Together our future will be brighter, and our sends higher.
Dontaions Needed$ 25000!
Collected Donations$ 8510!
CRAGS & The Access Fund have worked together on many Adopt-a-Crag clean-up events at Lover's Leap. We have done everything from trail building and camp site maintenance, to the installation of a fRead More
CRAGS have focused much attention on the Auburn Quarry, and have had many successes over the years. When CRAGS was originally formed in 2008, climbing had been prohibited at the quarry. Within five yeRead More
CRAGS & The Access Fund have been recently working closely with all involved parties, to secure access to climbing at Donner Summit. With the BLM, Forest Service, Donner Land Trust, Private OwnersRead More
CRAGS continues to work with the City of Rocklin, and its Parks and Recreation Department, to improve the conditions of this bouldering site. With a number of clean-ups and a recent face lift to the pRead More
The American Alpine Club is currently accepting grant applications for their annual Live Your Dream Grant--the climbing grant for the everyday adventurer looking to expand their skills, dream big, and inspire others. It doesn't matter how old you are, what your experience level is, or your objective, or your discipline. The AAC is seeking...
(By CRAGS board member Daniel Frederick.) This year was a different REEL Rock (RR). I mean of course they are always different, but this year was way different. Instead of naming off the differences first let's talk about what was expected.
The September 2014 RR was CRAGS’ sixth year hosting the event....
(By CRAGS Board member Daniel Frederick.) Volunteering is fun.
This year's adopt-a-crag on October 16th at Lover's Leap was fun. If you were there you know, but in case you missed it here is a recap.
This year’s adopt-a-crag really started on the Thursday before the event. CRAGS met ...
Once the cold and rainy season passes, the outdoors begs to be explored. There’s something mystical about being out in the wilderness, whether it’s having a picnic alongside a sandy white river bed, watching the sunrise over mountaintops, or hiking a trail speckled with wildflowers and redwoods. Being outside in the wilderness provide...