SoCO CRAG featured on KLZR podcast

Gary Taylor’s interview of Ben and Holly Bruestle from December 8, 2021. Check it out and have a listen- https://soundcloud.com/user-314630438/ben-and-holly-bruestle-so-co-climbers-resource-and-action-group?utm_source=klzr.org&utm_campaign=wtshare&utm_medium=widget&utm_content=https%253A%252F%252Fsoundcloud.com%252Fuser-314630438%252Fben-and-holly-bruestle-so-co-climbers-resource-and-action-group

10 Year Anniversary

SoCO CRAG celebrated its 10 year anniversary Sunday, Oct 10 at Pueblo City Park with pizza, ice cream cake, slacklining, cornhole, and giant jenga. Our first meeting was March 15, 2010. SoCO CRAG remains committed to safe fixed hardware, supporting the local climbing community, and local climbing access.

South Hardscrabble is Open

USFS updates as of May 18, 2012:

1) After many years of no access we can climb again at Scene of the Crime and Ego’s Nest. This time around the USFS does not allow camping along the road. Big thanks to the USFS for working with the county and the landowner whose easement the South Hardscrabble Road crosses from North Creek Road.

2) Speaking of Camping, even though the pit toilets have been removed from Oak Creek campground, it is still open to dispersed camping.

New State Fees Update

Colorado Parks and Wildlife will be requiring a hunting or fishing license to be on CPW land or state trust land as of July 1, 2020. Their rationale is those lands are paid for by hunting and fishing licenses as well as excise taxes on hunting and fishing gear. Most of the users of their lands statewide aren’t hunters or anglers though and contribute very little towards CPW lands monetarily. There are signs for Turkey Gulch State Trust Land on the way to La Vista, but the actual climbing appears to be on BLM land. No need for a “climbing license” locally just yet.