Ontario Alliance of Climbers: Virtual Pandemic Discussion
The Ontario Alliance of Climbers will be virtually discussing the pandemic and Ontario climbing
As we enter another week of isolation, many climbers have questions as to what the future holds for outdoor access. The Ontario Alliance of Climbers (OAC) aims to address these issues and other pertinent questions in their first ever Virtual Town Hall.
The town hall is set to take place on Tues. April 28 at 7:00 p.m. This event is a unique opportunity for members of the Ontario climbing community to address crag access and what climbing in Ontario might look like going forward. Though the event is hosted by the OAC, the event may offer insights as to what outdoor climbing in Canada might look like in the coming months.
The OAC encourages participation and offers prospecting climbers an opportunity to register in advance for the town hall via their Facebook event page. Many of Ontario’s psyched outdoor climbers will be attending this unprecedented discussion. If you are unable to attend the event, but have questions you would like answered, you may submit them ahead of time. The OAC will post a summary following the town hall. Check out the event here.
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Mark your calendar for the OAC's first ever Virtual Town Hall! Next Tuesday, we'll be discussing how the ongoing pandemic is affecting climbing in Ontario, and what we as climbers can do. If you have any questions about the safety of climbing during this time, or how our actions will affect the future of access at our local crags, this is your chance to speak face to face with us. Can't make the meeting, but want a certain topic addressed? Send questions ahead of time to email@example.com. We'll post a summary of the event afterwards. Date: Tuesday, April 28, 7pm EDT Meeting connection details can be found at the link in our bio. #ontario #climbing #access #meeting 📸 by @willtam85