Carver Climbing Club
IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING ACCESS (8/17/16):
This past weekend, a group of people lit a fire on top of one of the boulders below the cliff. The individuals then left the area without extinguishing the fire, which spread to the surrounding area. The property owner had to call the fire department to put out the fire.
This type of behavior is of course completely unacceptable and disrespectful to the Rosenbaum family, who have generously allowed us to climb on their property for many years. We don't know if the individuals were CCC members, but we ask all members to be especially vigilant when climbing at Carver. If you see any suspicious behavior, please let us know immediately (via email). If you run into anyone who is not a member, instruct them to leave the property. And please make a concerted effort to follow all the rules and respect the Rosenbaum property!
Thanks for doing your part to preserve access at Carver.
NOTICE TO VISITORS: All climbers must have their state ID and a Carver Club member card at all times while climbing on the property surrounding the Carver Bridge Cliff and Stone Cliff Inn.
Membership is open to experienced climbers 18 years or older. It is the members that help maintain access privileges by respecting the landowners and Stone Cliff Inn customers, adhering to the "Carver Rules", and policing the area for climbers that have not filled out a waiver. Help us protect this local resource...
BECOME A MEMBER and get your card today.
The Carver Climbing Club has been cooperating with the Rosenbaum family, owners of the Carver Bridge Cliff and surrounding boulders, since 1991. Our mission is to collect written releases from climbers, limit vandalism and littering on the property, and ensure that climbing activities do not infringe upon the privacy of the Rosenbaum family in their house on top of the cliff.