A Guide to Climbing During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Access Fund has produced a fantastic infographic with information about what kind of climbing is and is not permissible in the coming months as we all try to navigate our love for the rock amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

By Access Fund | April 29th, 2020

We all must do our part to protect public health and prevent the spread of COVID-19.  All indications are that we are in this for the long haul. While we’re still safer at home, we’ve pulled together some tips to follow if you do plan to go out and climb. And while you’re getting that gear dusted off, check out and sign The Climber’s Pact. More than ever, it’s the way to show up as we navigate this pandemic.

 

 

Download and share a PDF of this Access Fund infographic here!

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