New site for BMW boulders in Ky

by ray » Sun Feb 05, 2017 9:06 pm

Still working on adding all of the areas but here's enough to get ya started.

RRGCC Purchase #3 - 1161 Acres and counting

by Josephine » Wed Jan 11, 2017 9:20 am

Check out the RRGCC's newest purchase!

John O'Leary Haight - Goodbye my friend.

by GStephens » Fri Dec 09, 2016 7:40 pm

It is with a heavy hand that I write this. On Wednesday, December 7, 2016, John Haight left this world and journeyed on. John, who many knew simply as “Hop,” was an avid climber, cyclist, adventure racer, trail runner, whitewater paddler, and all things outdoors. A naturally gifted athlete, Hop is known to many as a co-founder of the Graining Fork Nature Preserve and the proprietor of the Cave Run Outdoor Center. But that description left alone is woefully inadequate because John was so much more than that to so many people. Despite traveling around the world and participating in many great adventures, he was above all else a very proud father who cherished his family. He was also a dear friend and complicé who will be sorely missed. Vaya en paz my friend. See you on the other side. - Grant

In lieu of gifts please donate to any or all of the following for John:
- Triplett Valley Trail Fund, Morehead, Ky
- Red River Gorge Climbing Coalition
- The Access Fund

Setting off fireworks at Sore Heel

by MikeWilkinson » Wed Oct 19, 2016 8:22 am

Some folks likely saw this posting by the Forest Service about the wildfire out on Auxier Ridge: ... =3&theater

Which given the recent dry conditions, high winds, dry leaves, etc makes the forest all the more susceptible to spreading a fire. Probably not a good idea to be letting off fireworks in or near the woods, like some people were doing on Sunday afternoon within earshot of Curbside. Sounded like it was coming from the parking area, but it could've been anywhere along the road. Heard a few rocket-type things whizz through the air and a bunch of firecrackers go off while climbing. I love fireworks and all but do that shit elsewhere (maybe in a field?)

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