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Climbing Areas

Helped the Access Fund establish an easement and agreed to be the land steward for the Society Turn climbing area, a place where thousands of kids and adults rock climb for the very first time, developing their skills and a love of the worlds’ wild places.

Again with San Miguel County, helped preserve the Bilk Creek climbing area and plan the addition of parking, trails and safe anchors.

Collaborated with the Telluride R-I School District and the Telluride Academy to re-open and manage Telluride’s public indoor climbing wall. Located in the high school building, adult access was complicated by a change in management and policy that we helped solve.

(From the “Our Accomplishments” timeline on our About page.)


Telluride Mountain Club advocates for safe, accessible, enjoyable and respectful opportunities for human-powered recreational activities in the Telluride region, through education, awareness and collaboration.

Telluride Mountain Club is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.