The Central Wyoming Climbers' Alliance (WyoClimbers) exists to be a resource for Wyoming climbers, community members, and visitors. Our threefold mission is to:
Protect access to climbing, care for our crags and trails, work with land managers/owners and other users to build cooperative management plans, and advocate for new and existing climbing areas in Central Wyoming.
Educate new climbers by providing access to education services and climbing facilities, introduce new climbers to climbing ethics and their role as environmental stewards, develop new programming that makes the physical, mental, and emotional benefits of climbing more easily accessed by all.
Celebrate climbing within the communities of Central Wyoming through organizing and promoting events in those communities, such as the annual International Climbers' Festival.
The CWCA/WyoClimbers is a 501(c)(3). All proceeds from events go back into our communities through the programming we run. We spend our money by providing scholarships and subsidies to youth and adults to attend climbing programming, providing free climbing opportunities to our communities, and on projects associated with the maintenance of our crags and trails.
We want this website to be a resource for climbers throughout the state to get and share information. We collaborate with other climbing organizations to give you up to date information regarding climbing events in Wyoming.
Photography LEFT TO RIGHT: Will McKay, Lauren Heerschap, Emily Weldin, Carlos Flores.
We’re launching into a really cool study that will help provide actual numbers regarding Lander area climber visitations and the economic benefits that climbers have on our community. There will be a general Lander area survey and one that is specific to the 2020 Climbers’ Festival.
We need your help with CAR COUNTS! Each time you think of it when your in a climbing area parking lot, please take note of the total number of cars and those with County 10 plates. Use this simple form to record your counts once you’re back home. With enough counts through several seasons, we can extrapolate a pretty good estimate of visiting and local climber visitation to areas. This data will be used for these economic impact surveys.