Leanne Keller on Maintenance Men (V0), Ray Phung
Leanne Keller on Maintenance Men (V0)

Bee traps will be hanging in the climbing area, please DO NOT DISTURB them. If you notice that a trap is full please .


The Carver Climbing Club facilitates access to the private property that the Carver climbing areas are on. To climb at the Carver cliff or the Carver boulders you must be a member of the Carver Climbing Club and adhere to all the rules.

All climbers must have their state ID and a Carver Climbing Club member card at all times while climbing on the property surrounding the Carver Bridge Cliff and Stone Cliff Inn.

Membership is open to experienced climbers 18 years or older. It is the members that help maintain access privileges by respecting the landowners and Stone Cliff Inn customers, adhering to the Carver Rules, and policing the area for climbers that have not filled out a waiver. Help us protect this local resource by becoming a member today.

The Carver Climbing Club has been cooperating with the Rosenbaum family—owners of the Carver Bridge Cliff and surrounding boulders—since 1991. Our mission is to collect written releases from climbers, limit vandalism and littering on the property, and ensure that climbing activities do not infringe upon the privacy of the Rosenbaum family in their house on top of the cliff. Learn more about the Carver Climbing Club.

News & Updates

June 6, 2019

Temporary Closure

Climbing at Carver will be closed this Sunday, June 9th. The Stone Cliff Inn is celebrating their 15 year anniversary on Sunday and the large number of guests will be a challenge for the limited parking in the area. Thank you for your cooperation!

April 7, 2019

Attention Climbers

The property owners are setting up traps to catch bees. Some of these traps will be hanging in the climbing area, please DO NOT DISTURB them. If you notice that a trap is full, please email us .

July 22, 2017

Carver Trail Work Party was a great success!

On Saturday, July 22, 2017 we had a trail work party at Carver. While we didn't get quite the turnout we'd anticipated (only about one third of those who registered actually showed up!), it was definitely a case of quality over quantity!

We had a LOT of material delivered to the worksite, and only about 5 hours to get the job done. Volunteers (all Club members) really busted their butts to make it happen. We made a number of repairs to the main trail system, both in the bouldering area and at the base of the cliff. We also spread a bunch of bark around below some of the more popular boulders. Thanks everyone for all the hard work! We finished off with food and drinks on the patio down at the Stone Cliff Inn.

If you missed this trail work party, no problem; we'll do it again!

Trail Work Party
Trail Work Party
Trail Work Party
Trail Work Party