There would now be more than 1.5 millions climbing visitors every year in Fontainebleau forests, and this is increasing every year. With more climbers come more positive experiences but also a few negative impacts: waste, soil erosion, rock abrasion, biodiversity disturbances, conflicts with other users….
If we want the land administrator to keep welcoming our activity overtime and other users (humans and non humans) not to be impacted by our activity, we need collectively look after this great area.
The collective aims at :
Communicating broadly about “charter of good practices” to sustain both our activity in this natural area and to protect this area
Advocating for sustainable climbing in Fontainebleau forests
Engaging in projects and workshops to protect climbing site and the forest
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