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Ontario Access Coalition Releases Crag Access Document
The Ontario Access Coalition (OAC) has just released a document that outlines the access status of almost all the major Ontario crags. Climbers should spend some time reviewing the document, as it not only highlights areas that are currently open and closed, but also crags that may have area-specific restrictions.

Most climbers will notice the disturbing number of closed areas. By becoming a member of the OAC, climbers can help keep existing crags open and improve the chances of re-opening closed areas.

You can download the Crag Access Document here.

Read more about the what the OAC is doing at http://www.ontarioaccesscoalition.com/
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Gus Alexandropoulos is a freelance writer who has been involved in the outdoor industry for over 25 years. During his career he has been the editor at Canada’s national climbing magazine, as well as the gear editor for a national cycling magazine, triathlon magazine and running magazine. His work has been published in Canada’s national newspaper, The Globe and Mail, and he has been a guest on television and radio broadcasts. His passion for climbing began in Ontario in the mid 80s and he continues to travel extensively in search of crisp conditions and steep rock.