AZR joins The North Face for Global Climbing Day - Aug 18th

AZR will be joining The North Face as we celebrate Global Climbing Day! We will be offering free climbing for our community on August 18th in partnership with The North Face initiative.
Join us for Global Climbing Day on August 18th, and help inspire people to think more hopefully about the community we can build. Also, The North Face will donate $1 for every climber that participates that day to the Khumbu Climbing Center, up to $100,000. Founded in 2003, the Khumbu Climbing Center’s mission is to increase the safety margin of Nepali climbers and high-altitude workers by encouraging responsible climbing practices in a supportive and community-based program.
**Please be aware that all participants will need a properly completed digital waiver form. For those under 18, this must be completed by their own parent-no exceptions. We suggest completing these online prior to arrival to save time at check in. All participants should wear comfortable clothing and tight fitting tennis shoes or sneakers. **
It’s time to rethink the way we look at walls. At The North Face, we see walls as places where people in the climbing community come together to test themselves, build trust, and strengthen bonds. Our 2018 global brand program, “WALLS ARE MEANT FOR CLIMBING,” aims to counter the divisions we’re witnessing globally by inviting people to find trust in community.
Building on the success of the last year, we are again partnering with dozens of climbing gyms and facilities worldwide to celebrate Global Climbing Day (August 18, 2018) and will be offering free climbing opportunities in cities in U.S., China, Canada, Europe, Nepal, Australia, Peru, Guatemala and more. Globally, we will donate $1 for every person who climbs at one of the more than 150 participating gyms on Aug. 18th up to $100,000. Funds will go to Khumbu Climbing Center.
In the U.S. we’re continuing our partnership with The Trust for Public Land to support the installation of public climbing walls in more communities, with a focus on underserved areas and making the sport more accessible to all. In June, we celebrated the completion of the first of these wall in the Montbello Open Space Park, near Denver. The park is a soon to be completed, 4.5-acre green space serving 40,000+ low-to moderate-income youth and families from the area. More public climbing boulders will be coming soon.
To celebrate the connections we make while climbing, The North Face is also releasing a limited series of “Walls are Meant for Climbing” products this summer, with designs in multiple languages to reflect the diverse communities participating in Global Climbing Day across the globe.

For more information on “Walls Are Meant for Climbing” and Global Climbing Day, visit THENORTHFACE.COM/WALLS.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: All children (individuals under 18) must have an AZ on the Rocks waiver completed and signed by his/her own parent before using the facility. No permission slips, NO EXCEPTIONS.

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