Pinnacles Climber Appreciation Days 2019
October 18th,19th & 20th

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 We hope Pacific Edge members will join up with fellow members and other climbers from the central coast to give a facelift to Pinnacles National Park and it's many wonderful climbing areas.  Pinnacles Climber Appreciation Days (PCAD) is developed, organized and run by a dedicated group of volunteers that are also members of Pacific Edge.

Come out for Friday and/or Saturday and volunteer your time by doing trail work, trash clean-up or other projects. On Sunday join other climbers for a fun day of climbing while basking in the glow of all the great work done by the event volunteers.

There is a $15 registration fee ($10 for Kids), but it includes camping on both Fri. and Sat. as well as an evening meal on Saturday, a T-shirt, a raffle ticket and the pride that comes from giving back to the areas where you climb.

Volunteer and Get Out …
On Real Rock on the Cheap!

For PE members who volunteer. Pacific Edge is offering a very reduced rate for a full day of guided climbing for the first 10 climbers to register for both PCAD 2019 and fill out the form below. Get a full day of guided climbing on Sunday, Oct. 20th for only $70 (that's $40 off our regular price of $110). We will climb from approx. 10 AM - 4 PM. We will send you more details once you register. We need a min. of four climbers to make this exciting trip run.

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Lets get out there and have a good turn out for the PE community!

The Mission of Climber Appreciation Days

Our mission is to help repair and maintain climber's paths and staging areas at Pinnacles National Park. We take the "joint task force" approach and involve both local groups and national organizations - all climbers are welcome. We also like to help clean up "hiker" trash - particularly in "off trail" areas with difficult access - like talus caves, steep canyons and remote areas.

Need more info? Please contact Aaron McDonald

(831) 706-7886 or aaron@climbdivefly.com

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