SEWYCC works with essential, valued partners to meet our mission. Interested in working with us? Please reach out at any time!
The Access Fund is the United States national level organization protecting access to climbing in all forms. SEWYCC is an affiliated local climbing organization of the Access Fund which means that when you become a member of the Access Fund, you can elect to have a portion of your membership fee be directed to SEWYCC. We are very grateful to have received a grant through the Access Fund's funding opportunities. Click Here to contribute for a joint SEWYCC membership and join the Access Fund today!
Nearly all climbing areas in Southeast Wyoming are located on the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest. The national forest is the gate-keeper to climbing here and SEWYCC is invested in maintaining a positive, working relationship with the incredible forest staff. SEWYCC appreciates the opportunity to represent climbers by participating in the public comment processes held by the forest such as the recent Pole Mountain Gateways project.
Common Outdoor Ground (COG) is another local organization committed to the sustainable use of our public lands. They are an essential connector organization, handling the necessary agreements with local land managers so that the stewardship/improvement projects can safely happen. COG also has their own cadre of motivated volunteers that come out to help regardless of any specific user group it may benefit. We are so lucky to have a local organization like COG to partner with.
The American Safe Climbing Association is at the forefront of replacing fixed hardware, keeping climbing safe and accessible. Many bolts and anchors across the country are in dire need of replacement due to age, and Vedauwoo is no different. Southeast Wyoming Climbers Coalition has received both hardware and training from the ASCA.