[Mar 17] Location: Various Locations Around Town 1234 Sierra St Bishop, CA 93514 United States
Flash Foxy Climbing Fest An annual three-day climbing event in Bishop, California for women and those who identify as non-binary or transgender!
About this Events Flash Foxy Climbing Fest
An annual three-day gathering, the 2023 Flash Foxy Climbing Festival, will unite and honour the expanding climbing community for women and genderqueer people.
This event was formerly called as the Women’s Climbing Festival from 2016 to 2019. In order to include women,
people who identify as genderqueer, and climbers of all non-dominant genders, we broadened our purpose and
altered the names of our events in 2021.
Bishop, located in the stunning Payahuunadu region of the Eastern Sierras, is home to world-class bouldering as well
as hundreds of sport and trad routes that are close by.
In addition to reaching seasoned climbers, the Flash Foxy Climbing Fest* aims to create a secure setting for new
climbers to come and explore everything that climbing has to offer.
FESTIVAL DATES: March 17–19, 2023, Friday–Sunday
* RAIN OR SHINE, THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE * NO REFUNDS
The Festival offers courses and clinics in addition to panel discussions, slideshow presentations, meetings, special
lunches, movie screenings, dance parties, and more!
For updates and frequently asked questions, visit www.flashfoxy.com/climbing-fest. Workshops and clinics need
separate registration and extra payment.
Clinics cost $85 a day, while workshops cost between $10 and $35.
We invite all women and those who identify as genderqueer to attend the Flash Foxy Climbing Festival. Consent and
respect are our top concerns above all else as we work to establish and maintain a safe and inclusive environment.
Any kind of harassment—including unwelcome touch, verbal or physical abuse, body-shaming, racism, homophobia,
and transphobia—won’t be accepted.
Does attending the event require that I have prior rock climbing experience?
In no way! Women and genderqueer people of all climbing experience levels—including none—are welcome here.
There will be a number of introductory and starting courses and clinics. The event will provide a fantastic chance to
explore climbing in a welcoming and secure setting.
What is included by the registration fee?
All festival activities are free to attend, with the exception of clinics (plus $85 per person) and seminars (plus $10–
$35 per person). This covers certain meals. For further information, please visit the Registration page.
The registration fee does not include travel, housing, or the rental of climbing gear. For further details on hotel,
transportation, and nearby climbing sites, please see our page on accommodations and services.
Is my ticket/registration refundable or transferable?
We regret that we are unable to provide refunds. Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you bought a
pass but are now unable to attend.
What is the waitlist’s procedure?
In the order that people were added to the queue, they are removed. We send an email to someone on the waitlist
when someone tells us that they can no longer attend, and they have two days to use the ticket.
What is your plan for COVID-19?
To attend the Bishop, California, 2023 Flash Foxy Climbing Festival, all guests must be completely immunised.
Please send an email to email@example.com to obtain a vaccination exemption. Only individuals with medical issues
that prohibit them from obtaining a vaccination will be allowed exemptions.
All indoor activities will need face masks. On-site disposable face masks will be provided.
Additional travel costs, such as change or cancellation fees for airfare, hotel, rental vehicles, or other arrangements,
are not covered by Flash Foxy. We highly advise getting travel insurance for your safety. If you’re unable to continue
attending a programme, trip insurance may be able to make up the difference. For additional details about locating
and picking travel insurance, see this post.
Climbing is risky. We advise having some kind of medical coverage, such as accident insurance, especially if you
don’t have normal health insurance. One such service is SPOT.
Where can I find the organiser if I have any inquiries?
Any questions? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org!
* Clinics at the Flash Foxy Climbing Festival are permitted to take place in the Inyo National Forest.
This institution is forbidden from discriminating on the basis of race, colour, national origin, sex, age, handicap, and
as retribution for earlier civil rights activities, in compliance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture
(USDA) civil rights laws and policies. (Not all programmes will be affected by all forbidden bases.) The responsible
State or local Agency that administers the programme or USDA’s TARGET Center can be reached at (202) 720-2600
(voice and TTY) or by calling USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339 if a person with a disability
needs an alternative means of communication for programme information (e.g., Braille, large print, audiotape,
American Sign Language, etc.). Furthermore, in addition to English, information on the programme is also
accessible in other languages.
Fill out the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, AD-3027, available online at
http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint filing cust.html, in person at any USDA office, or send a letter addressed to
USDA and include all the information needed in the form in the letter. Call (866) 632-9992 to get a copy of the
complaint form. You may send your filled-out form or letter to the USDA by mail, fax, email, or one of the following
three methods: email@example.com, (202) 690-7442, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, U.S.
Department of Agriculture, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410.
As an employer, lender, and supplier of equal opportunity, USDA.
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