The MCA depends on volunteer and community support from people like you in order to organize clean-ups, gatherings, and other stewardship projects. Whether your skill set is sweet talking park rangers, moving large boulders, or picking up trash: we need your involvement. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can help plug you into our growing community.
Across the river from Robinson Park is an area of private land owned by two brothers – Eldon and Bernie Johnson. It has long been used for bouldering and hosts a few hundred quality boulder problems. At one point in the late 1990 climbers were told to stay off the property.…Read More
Give to the MCA today and support access, bolting, comps and gatherings. Give a little or give a lot.
A big THANK YOU to the proud few that made their way to Sandstone on Saturday for the Adopt-a-Crag!
The tenacious crew of the 2013 Sandstone Adopt-a-Crag. Photo: Zach Greenquist
Throughout the year, the MCA host several cleanup events at various crags around the state. Check our FB events or our website for more information. If you have pictures from a cleanup that you would like to submit, send them to email@example.com or message us on FB.
Sandstone Ice Park is getting some national attention today thanks in part to Gear Junkie, but only because of the efforts of Peter Lenz. This post has been shared all over FB today. Peter held a fundraiser this weekend at the park and is donating over $400 to continued development of the ice farming infrastructure. So many pictures came out of the weekend that people took notice. Thank you for your support, Peter and friends!
Lights added behind frozen waterfall for Trippy scene
Ice climbing meets. . . um, stage lighting and theatrics? Check out this crazy scene from Minnesota last weekend, where a climbing festival at the Sandstone Ice Park in Sandstone, Minn., brought out the nocturnal, axe-wielding hordes.