The SCC announces their intentions for fundraising for Deep Creek Access. All community members are encouraged to get involved.
Trail Work, Access & Environment
The below paragraph is a news alert and volunteer opportunity for community members to participate in trail building and maintenance in East Tennessee. Working in conjunction with the Cumberland Trail Conference, interested TN residents and college groups will spend a week of their time and money to develop new trail segments. Rock/Creek has been a […]
Join Rock/Creek as we support the fight against area hunger through a food drive occurring at the 2 North Shore shopping complex. From November 1- 19th, participating locations will collect food donations to benefit the Chattanooga Food Bank. On Saturday November 20th at 9am, join area hikers and bikers in a human powered initiative to […]
Rock/Creek today announces that the 2010 Rock/Creek StumpJump raised $27,000 for work on trails in Chattanooga. Proceeds donated from StumpJump and other races in the 2010 Rock/Creek Trail Series have allowed local non-profits to give year-end gifts to the Cumberland Trail Conference, the Friends of the Cumberland Trail, and the Mountain Education Foundation, and will […]
Today, Wild Trails announces a $1,000 gift to the Mountain Education Foundation in support of the Signal Mountain High School Cross Country Team. The gift comes from proceeds from the 9th Annual Rock/Creek StumpJump 50k & 11 Mile trail race, which took place the first weekend of October. Signal Mountain High School, Mountain Education Foundation, […]
Probably the “Crown Jewel” of southern sandstone climbing, Sunset Park has a long and glorious history too expansive to relate here. Suffice it to say that it is really the cradle of the Chattanooga climbing scene and is where most of the leading route activists cut their teeth and first pushed the standards of difficulty. […]