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The Ontario Alliance of Climbers is an independent provincial, volunteer non-profit organization that works diligently to keep climbing and bouldering areas open.

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August 12, 2020 in Uncategorized

Rattlesnake Welcomes Climbing Back!

Conservation Halton is ready to accept climbers at Rattlesnake Park again! This includes Rattlesnake proper, Broken Glass Cliffs and Buffalo Crag. Climbers must reserve a 2 hour time slot. Overstaying…

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August 7, 2020 in Community, Events, News

Register for the OAC Virtual AGM, and Vote in the Board of Directors Election

Our annual board election will take place during our Virtual AGM on Monday, August 17th! Register now, and be sure to attend in order to cast your votes. Registration is…

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July 15, 2020 in Uncategorized

OAC Virtual AGM set for Aug 17

Save the date: the OAC Annual General Meeting will take place Monday, August 17, at 7pm.  Join us as we meet virtually for a socially distanced AGM!  This is a…

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Events

Want to see what we’re up to? Check out our listing of annual events.

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OAC Gym Rep Program

The Gym Rep Program transplants enthusiastic and knowledgeable members of the Ontario Access Coalition right to your home gym. Reps work on behalf of the OAC to educate, inspire, and involve climbers in the broader outdoor climbing community.

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Current Campaigns

Our OAC Seal of Approval shows you events, products and guidebooks that have been developed with access in mind. Learn what projects make our list!  

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Crag Status

Planning to climb outdoors? Find out if your crag is open or closed!

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