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North American Rock Climbing Survey

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From the Access Fund:

This study is being conducted by the Department of Natural Resources at the School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona in collaboration with the Centre for Tourism Policy and Research at the School of Resources and Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University. The Access Fund and the Climbers Access Society of British Columbia support this study.

The survey takes approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. Only start the survey if you have the time to finish. All responses will be treated completely confidential. If you have questions or comments, follow the ‘comments page’ link on the first page of the survey.

The North American Rock Climbing Survey is a collaborative effort to understand how rock climbers use resources, travel, and make destination decisions. The Access Fund and over 16 local climbing advocacy groups throughout North America support this effort. This survey only samples climbers and depends on your participation. The results will be available to national, regional and local climbing advocacy groups. Let your voice be heard.

Please take the North American Rock Climbing survey at

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