The South’s newest climbing area has been acquired, but that’s just the beginning! We need to hit the ground running to build the trails before the Fall climbing season.
Please join SCC and Hell’s Kitchen project partner REI at Hell’s Kitchen. Sign up by visiting this link below:
We’ll be cutting the trail from 9am-1pm then take some time after to check out this awesome new climbing area!
Please arrive by 8:30. Bring PLENTY of water, snacks, gloves if you have them and bug repellent for the day!
Trail Day Schedule:
June 30 & July 1
July 7 & 8
July 21 & 22
July 28 & 29
August 18 & 19
August 25 & 26
*Bolded dates are Trail Dayz of Summer events (after party at Monkeytown Brewery)
The Crash Pad
29 Johnson St, Chattanooga, TN 37408
July 26, 2018, August 23, 2018
7:30pm – 10pm
We’re SIKED to bring back the Summer Sike Movie Series this summer!
We’ve got an extra special project to raise $$$ for, so we’re partnering with the North Chickamauga Creek Conservancy and SORBA Chattanooga to put on this awesome event and raise money for the “WRoad project”, a partnership conservation project we’ve been working together on since 2016. Join us to learn more about the project, drink some delicious local beer, eat some burgers and dogs, and watch some awesome adventure films!
Film line-up is still in process, but we’ve got some GREAT ones in the works.
North of Nightfall: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mw-W38OiwNA
(NOT confirmed, but looking good)- Dirtbag: The Legend of Fred Beckey: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05RiYBruHpU
In other News:
REI recently awarded the SCC with a grant to team up with Access Fund Conservation Team to work on giving the Salad Bar Wall and Buffet Wall trails a “facelift”.read more
The Access Fund and SCC have recently acquired a boulder field called Hell’s Kitchen and a property securing a critical access point to the Dogwood Boulders. Together we are working to raise $167,000 to cover the purchase price, transaction costs, and necessary trail and stewardship improvements for sustainable access.read more
The SCC and Access Fund have acquired Denny Cove, a 685-acre parcel of land in eastern Tennessee, which is now open to climbing.read more
All climbers must get a hunting or fishing pass for GA WMA areas. Get a pass for Rocktown, Zhand, and Lost Wall.read more
The SCC teamed up with Cherokee Rock Village to host the second graffiti removal trail day on April 23, 2016 .read more
Thanks to a grant from the American Alpine Club, and a team of local climbers — most of the King’s Bluff graffitti has been removed.read more