Background On The Hueco Rock Ranch Sale

Access Fund Access Director Joe Sambataro, writing about the Access Fund’s role in the recent American Alpine Club acquisition of the iconic Hueco Rock Ranch:

Finishing his drink, Rob [Rice] explains how he came to Hueco shortly before the park rules changed, closing access to classic boulders and setting up a new process for permits and guide-only access. “It was important for me to honor Todd’s home and dream of a climbers’ hub,” explains Rob.
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He shares how he became the first commercial guide under the new public use plan, built a campground, and started a business of lodging and guiding, opening the Ranch up to the broader climbing community. “New generations of climbers have flocked to Hueco, and thousands of new stories have been made, year after year, here at the Ranch,” says Rob.
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“I want this legacy to continue in climber-friendly hands.
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3 Responses to Background On The Hueco Rock Ranch Sale

  1. Scott Strong July 19, 2012 at 3:51 pm #

    I’m happy and sad about this. But the happy definitely outweighs the sad. The AAC will do great things with the ranch, which hopefully includes new mattresses in the house. Excited to see how things change!

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  2. Craig Copelin July 19, 2012 at 6:21 pm #

    I wish them the best, It can be a hard business. It is good to see the tradition continued. It is all I ever wanted the ranch to have is a future.

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  3. Bob July 20, 2012 at 2:38 pm #

    hopefully they can keep the toilets from overflowing too… not that that has ever been a problem at the ranch….

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