The Canberra Climbers’ Association (CCA) was founded in 1998. Membership is steadily growing and CCA is now a respected body representing climbers’ interests across the ACT region. The CCA has a broad membership base and supports all types of climbing: rock climbing, mountaineering, sports climbing, aid climbing, etc.

The CCA aims to:

  • Promote the image of climbing in the ACT
  • Educate climbers and the public about climbing
  • Foster our local climbing areas
  • Provide social activities for ACT climbers
  • Maintain and ensure access to our crags with the help of local government agencies
  • Keep climbing safe by maintaining fixed protection.

Summer bouldering in the ACT region.

Access and consultations

The Association is involved in many consultations with Namadgi and Kosciuszko National Parks and Environment ACT about access to climbing areas. We have worked closely with Parks ACT to repair and maintain access tracks to climbing areas since the 2003 bushfires.

» read more about CCA’s access and consultation work

Member activities

CCA members meet regularly to discuss local issues, catch up on recent exploits, as well as see and hear from a range of speakers about their climbing experiences in Australia and overseas. Members follow a diversity of climbing beliefs, styles and techniques, keeping the club lively. The CCA provides an opportunity for local climbers to network, organise trips and find new climbing partners.

Canberra climbers also get together on the CCA’s social climbing days, from visiting the traditional granite heartland of Booroomba Rocks to modern cragging around Canberra, as well as nearby areas such as Blue Lake in Kosciuszko National Park.

» see what events are on at CCA

CCA committee

President: Zac Zaharias

Vice President: Oliver Story

Secretary: John Wilson

Treasurer: Jack Pezzey

Public officer & activities: Armando Corvini

Social member: Dawn Roberts

Webmaster: Costanza Maffi

General members: Chris Warner, Justin Ryan, Greg Butler, Steve Halpin, Jamie Valdivia

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Mt Coree, late afternoon.