2011 East Coast National Conference, April 14-17

Our normal tradition is to have a National Conference on the West Coast and East Coast in odd years.  (We have one in the Rocky Mountains during the even years.) We will be having the East Coast N.C. at the Red River Gorge April 14-17. 

The Climbing: Red River Gorge has some of the country's best moderate to hard sport climbing with the great trad thrown-in.  The climbing is on sandstone ans is oftern steep. Check out the climbing at www.redriverclimbing.com.

The Camping and Meetings: Will be at Lago Linda Hideway The cost for camping is TBA and paid directly at the event.


Thursday, April 14
Daytime: On-mission Climbing
8:00 pm: SRCFC Evening Gathering 
Friday, April 15
7:30 am: SRCFC Morning Devotional
Daytime: On-mission Climbing
8:00 pm: SRCFC Evening Gathering
Saturday, April 16
7:30 am: SRCFC Morning Devotional
Daytime: On-mission Climbing
8:00 pm: Climbing in Mexico Presentation at Miguel's
Sunday, April 17
6:00 am Outreach Breakfast at Miguel's Daytime:
On-mission Climbing

The Cost

Suggested SRCFC Donation: $50.00 per Adult Your donation will help to cover the costs of SRCFC holding a National Conference. Although encouraged by all participating at any level except for children, teens and students, this is a suggested donation and is not required for you to attend. Payment Options at Order,-Pay-andor-Donate/.

 Other Information

  • Reservation Deadline: April 10th
  • Your Responsibility: You are responsible for connecting with someone to climb with (you will receive a list of participants and climbing objectives), your camping equipment and all your meals!
  • What to Bring: ___ Camping (tents only) ___ Climbing Gear ___ Food ___ Camp Chair ___ Bible/Pen/Pencil/SRCFC Handbook (if you have one)
  •  Please send an email to info@srcfc.org if you are looking to connect with someone for carpooling and/or extra climbing plans.

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