When you think about DC climbing, images of the steep and difficult climbs over the Potomac River are the first things that come to mind. We all love climbing, hiking, and picnicking at Great Falls, now is our chance to give back to this precious and historical resource. This is one of the areas longest running and largest adopt-a-crag events, and we need volunteers to help reduce the impact such large numbers of visitors have on this park each year.
Date: September 27th
Project work: 9am-12:30pm
Cook-out to be provided by Solid Rock Climbers for Christ after: 1pm
Where To Meet/How To Get There:
From I-495, take exit 44 Route 193, also named Georgetown Pike west. Follow Georgetown Pike about 4.5 miles and take a right at the traffic light into the park onto Old Dominion Drive. Drive straight about a mile to the entrance station. Tell the ranger you are there for the Adopt-a-Crag to enter the park for free. Head straight towards the visitors center and park in the first parking lot on the right (directly behind the visitors center). Look for the MAC registration close to the Visitors Center.
What To Bring:
- Closed toed shoes
- Working gloves (if you have them)
- Clothes you don’t mind getting dirty in
- Water bottle
- A snack
- Reusable eating ware for the cook-out after
What We’ll be Doing:
- Working near Aid Box to clear away debris and downed trees.
- Working to clearly define the trail near Aid Box.
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special thanks to Solid Rock Climbers for Christ for hosting the lunchtime cook-out following the work.
Registering helps us make sure we’ve got the right kinds of projects planned for the people we’ve got coming and also that we have enough food and raffle items! Please register if you’re planning on coming out!