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Color The Crag Climbing Festival
Outdoor Afro will be joining Brown Girls Climb and Brothers of Climbing for a fun outdoor festival highlighting and celebrating diversity in climbing! What is the Color the Crag Climbing Festival? The Color the Crag Climbing Festival is a festival which takes place the weekend in Horse Pens 40 Alabama. The weekend will include workshops on climbing led by experienced climbers. Festival attendees will have lots of opportunities to learn, practice and hone your climbing skills, camp and enjoy meeting others in the community! The mission of the festival is to celebrate diversity in the sport of rock climbing and to increase access exposure and education to NEW and experienced climbers. Registration /Tickets/Cost info info below: ***********ATTENTION************ Tickets go on sale at 5pm on 8/31 Only 300 spots available October 18th-21st $100 Weekend Pass $85 Weekend Pass (Alabama Residents) $40 Child Weekend Pass (under 10 yrs) What's included: -Camping (limited tents available and are first come first serve; we will release later) -Breakfast and Dinner (Vegan options available) -FREE Workshops and Clinics taught by pro athletes and professionals -Panel talks -Seminars -SWAG SWAG SWAG -Music/entertainment -An inclusive and transformative experience on the crag with an amazing community of climbers and outdoor enthusiasts. ALL SKILLS, EXPERIENCES, ABILITIES, AND BACKGROUNDS WELCOME. Join us for the best festival ever.

Horse Pens 40 (HP40)

(HP40) · Steele, AL

Respond by: 10/18/2018

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