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Safe Harbor Needs Trailhead Improvements
We need your help to raise $5,500 to support trailhead improvements for the newly re-opened Safe Harbor South!
After being closed for almost twenty years, Safe Harbor “South” was reopened to climbing in November 2011. With no facilities within walking distance, and limited space between the cliffline and railroad bed, a restroom facility is in dire need.
The Safe Harbor Climbers Coalition (SHCC) needs our help to raise money for a portable toilet, information kiosk, and signage at the trailhead. SHCC is working with Conestoga Township to install permanent parking and facilities as a second phase of this project. With climbing popularity on the rise at the newly reopened crag, improvements and education are critical to reduce user impacts and build positive community relations that may lead to opening Safe Harbor “North” in the future.
The Access Fund awarded the SHCC a $1,500 grant through the Access Fund Climbing Preservation Grant Program to kick start the fundraising efforts. We hope you can join us in supporting this important climbing area.