Rumney Climbers Association is a community of climbers with a common goal of preserving climbing resources on Rattlesnake Mountain in Rumney, NH. RCA does everything from maintaining routes, to building new parking lots, and securing crags to keep Rumney accessible. Climbing has become a huge passion of mine, especially at Rumney. I'm very fortunate to be less than 2 hours away from this sport climbing mecca and want to see it preserved for climbers years from now. From their Website: "The Rumney Climbers Association is a small non-profit organization that began at time when Rumney needed to secure access to the cliffs in the early 90’s. It was spearheaded by local activists that worked hard to purchase land that was privately owned. Cliffs, including the Meadows, the 5.8 Crag, and Monsters From The Id were all located on the 31 acre privately owned parcel. RCA activists worked with the Access Fund to buy the land and then sell it to the USFS. They also worked to build the main parking lot and secure future access. The RCA is continuing to work with the USFS, the Access Fund, and the AAC to find a common goal of preserving rock climbing in Rumney, NH."