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Denny Cove PROTECTED!
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August 1, 2016. Jasper, TN – Access Fund and Southeastern Climbers Coalition (SCC) are thrilled to announce that Denny Cove, a 685-acre parcel of land in eastern Tennessee, has been acquired and opened to climbing. This acquisition preserves a wild and undeveloped piece of the Fiery Gizzard area in the Southern Cumberland Plateau, and was made possible with critical support of The Land Trust for Tennessee (LTTN) and The Conservation Fund.


Read More...   ( Views: 1290 ) Posted by cody_roney on Wed, Aug 03
Kings Bluff Graffiti Removal Project

Kings Bluff is one of the SCC's oldest owned crags. Located in Clarksville, TN, on the Cumberland River, Kings Bluff has some of the best views around. The area has historically been visited by locals who have trashed the area. Because of the ease of access to lake swimming, teenagers and adults alike swarm the area on hot summer days, some of them respecting the natural beauty, others leaving a permanent mark.


Read More...   ( Views: 869 ) Posted by cody_roney on Thur, May 26
Climbing Stewardship Initiative comes to Birmingham region
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Access Fund, the national advocacy organization that protects America’s climbing, and Southeastern Climbers Coalition (SCC) are excited to launch a three-year stewardship initiative to improve rock climbing areas in the greater Birmingham, Alabama region. Named The Greater Birmingham Climbing Resource Improvement Project, the initiative will target four climbing areas in the region: Moss Rock Preserve, Trussville Boulders, Palisades Park, and Steele.


Read More...   ( Views: 1036 ) Posted by cody_roney on Tues, May 17
SCC 2013 Annual Report Out Now!

Read More...   ( Views: 4357 ) Posted by Michael_Wurzel on Mon, February 10
Hospital Boulders Thermometer Rising
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The thermometer for Hospital Boulders Fundraising just skyrocketed from a low $30K to a high $40K, which propels the SCC well over half way to our fundraising goal of $80,000 for the acquisition.


Read More...   ( Views: 3214 ) Posted by michael_wurzel on Mon, Nov 25