CRAG-VT

Securing Access to Climbing Throughout Vermont

Spotlight

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You may have heard the rumblings at the office water cooler, or maybe the local swimming hole…well, it’s true! CRAG-VT has signed an agreement to purchase The Bolton Dome (formerly known as the Trailer Park Crag). That said, the work to actually make it into a viable new addition to VT’s climbing scene has only just begun…
Rock Point
CRAG-VT is pleased to announce the opening of Lone Rock Point in Burlington for climbing for the 2018 season! Lone Rock Point is a spectacular and unique limestone crag less than 1 mile from downtown Burlington, VT. It offers an amazing setting with difficult sport routes and magnificent views on the shores of Lake Champlain…

 

 

 

 

Ground Up
This is the story of two explorers who continue to push the state’s vertical limits. Produced by Outdoor Gear Exchange and Gearx.com. CRAG-VT Board Members Seth Maciejowski and Travis Peckham share their story about the early years of the climbing scene in Vermont and take you along the journey of new route development in Smugglers Notch…
Join
CRAG-VT is a nonprofit organization that relies on donations and membership dues from climbers like you to fund our work. Since our board of volunteers runs the organization and we don’t have an office space to rent, 100% of your donation or cost of membership is spent on protecting the crags you love. We’ve secured 6 crags in Bolton that are enjoyed by so many…

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CRAG-VT is a not-for-profit (501(c)(3)) organization dedicated to preserving access and conservation of Vermont’s climbing resources. We serve the climbing community of Vermont through a variety of mechanisms:

  • Preserve and aid in the protection of climbing opportunities in Vermont by building and maintaining long-term relationships with landowners. Current and future access will be fostered through outright purchases of property, obtaining conservation easements, or securing landowner agreements.
  • Serve climbers, land managers, landowners, and the general public as an educational resource for responsible climbing, access status, historical information, species and habitat protection, and legal matters.
  • Promote responsible stewardship and reduce environmental impacts by conducting trail maintenance, volunteer clean-ups, and producing educational materials

 

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