Come pitch in by helping clean up the Quincy Quarries! SNECC will be partnering with the RockSpot Climbing Gyms for an upcoming cleanup at the Quincy Quarries. After the SNECC cleanup, RockSpot will be offering guided climbing! This is fully managed by RockSpot and any questions about the guided climbing should be directed to them. … Continue reading Global Climbing Day is August 20th, 2022.
Come Help Make the Quarries a Better Place to Climb SNECC will be partnering with the Friends of the Blue Hills for an upcoming cleanup at the Quincy Quarries. The Friends of the Blue Hills (FBH) is a 1,000-member non-profit organization devoted to preserving and protecting the Blue Hills Reservation’s natural beauty, diverse natural habitats … Continue reading Quincy Quarries Cleanup Day – June 18th, 2022
Come Help Make the Quarries a Better Place to Climb One question that people have asked SNECC has been, "is SNECC planning on doing anything about the Quincy Quarries?" Well that is about to start now! SNECC will be organizing a cleanup day at Quincy Quarries and we are planning many more. To start, our … Continue reading Quincy Quarries Cleanup Day – April 16th, 2022
Lynn Woods – Not as Protected as You Think In 2015, the City of Lynn City Council and the Board of Water & Sewer Commissioners voted to move ahead with a conservation restriction to permanently preserve all of Lynn Woods. The Dept. of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), and Greenbelt (Essex County’s Land Trust), have … Continue reading Lynn Woods Conservation Restriction
"Please understand that climbing areas will still be there once this crisis passes. The best way to return to normal in the shortest period of time is for all of us to do everything we can to stop the spread of the virus as quickly as possible. In many cases, that will mean that we … Continue reading COVID-19 Resources for Climbers