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Climbing Warning Statement

 

Warning - Climb at Your Own Risk

 

YOU ALONE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR SAFETY.

 

ROCK AND ICE CLIMBING AND ASSOCIATED ACTIVITES ARE INHERENTLY DANGEROUS ACTIVITES,

SUBSTANTIAL RISK OF INJURY AND DEATH EXIST !

 

Access for climbing sites is often, more then not, conditioned upon your assumption of all risk of injury to person and property. 

 

Climbing risks include, but are not limited to: falling; collisions with both manmade and natural objects; falling rocks, ice and other debris; failure of equipment or anchors; adverse weather; human error; slippery surfaces; negligence of other users

Click to find sites in NJ for climbing. Follow the hiking trails.

The Access Fund
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The Access Fund is a national, non-profit conservation and advocacy organization which represents the interests of more than 1,000,000 active rock and mountain climbers in the United States. The Access Fund's mission is to conserve the climbing environment and to keep climbing areas open. To accomplish this the Access Fund provides funding for conservation and resource impact mitigation projects; produces climber educational materials and programs; underwrites scientific studies relevant to climbing; acquires and manages land; works closely with land managers in the planning and implementation of public lands management and policy; and works with private landowners to adopt access agreements that promote responsible enjoyment and conservation of the landowner's property.