Your Impact

Squamish Rampage Charity Festival is fully run by volunteers without any paid staff with all proceeds donating to Climb and Conquer Society Canada, a registered charity servicing Squamish and Vancouver youth from at-risk backgrounds with caring mentorship, indoor and outdoor climbing programs, and leadership training.

Your registration fees and donation will fund programs and enable youth to experience the life changing moment of climbing for the first time, sleeping in a tent for the first time, making new friends, gaining physical and mental fitness to surpass difficult circumstances and many more unforgettable life-changing moments. Tax receipts available for your donation.

Your registration fees also include Squamish Access Society memberships  to protect and make Squamish climbing better!




Our Climb and Conquer stories:

Bliss (Youth)

Carolee M. (Parent)

Erin P. (Parent)

Kyle Wu (Program Volunteer)

Rose Baraty (Administrative Supervisor & Event and Volunteer Intake Coordinator at Big Brothers)

Darcie Gabruck (Community Development Coordinator at YWCA Como Lake Gardens)

2015 Annual Summer Camp


About Climb and Conquer

Founded by volunteers from VRCG in 2011, Climb and Conquer Society Canada is a registered charity (85092 7237 RR0001) run entirely by volunteers servicing at-risk youth in Squamish and Vancouver, BC. As of Dec 2016, $20517.56 has been spent on participants and we have had 60+ mentorship matches.  100% of our programs are $0 and we depend on community donations for(admissions, instructions, gear costs, etc. Tax receipts are available for your donations. We also welcome support in a variety of ways: activity/event tickets, climbing gear donation, monthly donation plan and buy our merchandise.

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About Squamish Climber’s Access Society

Squamish Access Society

The Squamish Access Society is dedicated to working on behalf of climbers to protect public access to the climbing areas of the greater Squamish region, to engage as responsible stewards of the climbing environment. We work together with other access groups in “on the ground” initiatives and in engaging with local and provincial government and the private sector on behalf of climbers. Our work encompasses all the major climbing disciplines.