Organizing a trail day to re-route trails at Marshfield Ledge
Establish climbing terms for cliffs in and around Camel’s Hump State Park
Raising money for purchase of Bolton Dome
Coordination of an easement to allow access at East Side
Ongoing education and promotion projects
Serving as a liaison between the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources and the climbing community to ensure that climbing activities on state lands are done in a responsible fashion consistent with the states environmental and recreation management plans.
Assisting the Vermont Nongame and Natural Heritage Program in their ongoing efforts to protect the threatened and endangered species that thrive on and around our state’s cliffs and climbing areas.
Building and strengthening our climbing community; encouraging climbers to enjoy and protect our states fantastic climbing resources.
Continuing to work with the state on Lake Willoughby Management Plan and Smugglers Notch Projects.
Quarry Driveway Rebuilding Campaign (completed in August 2012)
Carcass Crag conserved (completed in 2010)
Established permanent protections on Lower West and Upper West Bolton Cliffs through a recreation and conservation easement donation to the Vermont Land Trust (2010)
Upper West Bolton conserved (completed in 2009)
Secured permanent access for rock climbing at the 82 Crag through our partnership with the Vermont Land Trust (2008)
March 27, 2004 Everest Challenge: CRAG-VT hosts its first climbation. More than 70 climbers ascended a group total of 29,035 ft—the height of Mt. Everest—at Petra Cliffs and raised more than $8,500 towards the Quarry Project!
June 28th, 2003 Lower West Celebration Day: With the large number of motivated participants, we were able to construct rock bars to stabilize existing trails, brush out areas that need to revegetate, and construct a new trail to the top of the cliff (at the Harvest Moon end). A new sign was also installed which will soon contain information about the cliff and CRAG-VT.