Spots available: 10+
Spots available: 10+
Tie in with the AAC and CAMP USA for the widely anticipated return of the Shelf Road Craggin’ Classic! Together again, we will celebrate camaraderie and our shared love for Shelf-the land of limestone pocket pulling, crimp crushing, and bolt clipping.
RMFI will host two volunteer days at the Craggin' Classic on Saturday, October 23 and Sunday, October 24. Sign up by following this link!
For 2021 we have an incredible weekend in store: a stacked lineup of clinics taught by professional climbers and local guides; inspiring films and speakers like Jordan Cannon, Paige Claassen, and Graham Zimmerman; local food trucks with tasty grub; free beer abounds; and multiple stewardship projects! Be sure to bring your dancing shoes and Halloween costumes for the live DJ dance party and costume contest! Plus you can win top end gear in our raffles, games, and silent auctions.
Do some fabulous bolt clipping in the sun, get inspired, learn new techniques, and give some love to this amazing community. That’s the Shelf Road Craggin’ Classic in a nutshell.
Space is limited and THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT! Registration opens Aug 24 and closes Oct 21, or when sold out.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Rocky Mountain Field Institute
815 South 25th Street, Suite 101, Colorado Springs, CO 80904, US
Dedicated to the preservation of wildlands and key natural areas through exemplary environmental service, education, and research.
The institute accomplishes its mission through key environmental projects developed in partnership with federal, state, and municipal land management agencies. These projects are completed through the following programs:
Research studies that assess environmental conditions and threats to important biological resources, and identify resource preservation and restoration needs, strategies and alternatives.
Preservation and Restoration
Habitat and landscape protection and restoration work.
Secondary level programs that provide students with exceptional opportunities to complete environmental service and gain a better understanding of the natural world and conservation issues.
College level programs that provide opportunities for students to complete environmental service, research, and fieldwork.
Programs that provide opportunities for the general public to complete significant, high quality environmental service.
Shelf RoadCanon City, CO 81212
September 22, 2021
- People 55+
- Must be at least 18