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The Bishop Area Climbing Ranger position is a collaboration among the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the Inyo National Forest (INF), LA Department of Water and Power (LADWP), Bishop Area Climbers Coalition (BACC), Bishop Chamber of Commerce (BCC), Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association (ESIA), and Friends of the Inyo (FOI) to promote climbing conservation in the Bishop, CA. Area – specifically in Pine Creek, the Buttermilks, the Volcanic Tablelands, and the Owens River Gorge. Climbing Rangers will support local land managers and supporting organizations by performing a variety of tasks to preserve and maintain our cherished local climbing landscapes.

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Climbing Conditions Report

Climbing Conditions Report

Updated 3/9/2024 Conditions Report time! Buttermilks have melted out! Chalk Bluff Road is open again. Spring magic is happening as we begin to see little buds and blooms popping up all over Owen’s Valley! 🌱 Stay on trail, watch where you’re placing crash pads, and don’t drag crash pads through the desert. We don’t want to crush those little cuties as they try to grow and help us combat erosion in our beloved climbing areas. 🌼