Together we can.
Preserve and enhance the Hueco climbing experience.
Rainfall could be your downfall—don't climb on wet rock!
Wait until the rock is dry before before climbing.
What you need to know about climbing after rain or snow.
In the fall of 2007, the Mushroom Boulder was closed to climbing and the local climbing community realized there were no organizations in place to communicate with the park about this closure. As a result, in the spring of 2008 the Climbers of Hueco Tanks Coaltion was formed. The continued popularity of Hueco Tanks on a national and international level has caused an anuual increase of climbing traffic. The Climbers of Hueco Tanks Coaltion wants to ensure the climbing at Hueco Tanks will continue and help resolve conflicts that may arise.
The Climbers of Hueco Tanks Coalition is a 501(c) 3 organization, run solely by volunteers since 2007. If you are interested in helping out, don't hesitate to contact us, there is always something in the works.
The Climbers of Hueco Tanks Coalition is dedicated to preserving and enhancing rock climbing at Hueco Tanks Historic Site. We commit to working cooperatively with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to proactively assist in managing climbing areas while conserving natural and historical resources.
The Climbers of Hueco Tanks Coalition stands united in our commitment to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. We believe that climbing should be an accessible and welcoming endeavor for all, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, ability, or socio-economic background. We strive to cultivate a climbing community that celebrates and embraces the unique perspectives and experiences of every individual. Through fostering a culture of respect, understanding, and support, we aim to ensure that everyone feels valued and empowered to explore the beauty of Hueco Tanks State Park & Historic Site. Together, we work to build a stronger, more inclusive climbing community that reflects the true diversity of humanity, promoting not only personal growth but also a better world for all climbers to thrive in.