Float the Boat 2017 Details:
Title: Boat Rock- Float the Boat – Boulder Comp
Start Time: 09:30 AM
Location: Boat Rock (Atlanta, GA)
Boat Rock “Float the Boat” Bouldering Competition
Park at HGI/Mellow Mushroom Headquarters
5375 Drake Drive, Atlanta, 30336
Presented by KUHL – Sierra Nevada – and The Southeastern Climbers Coalition
Course setting by Bob Cormany & Team Boat Rock
All proceeds go to the Southeastern Climbers Coalition
$35.00 entry fee in advance – $45 at the event
Kids division (12 and under) for $20.00(includes bouldering, food and t-shirt)
After-Party & Transport to the Comp:
Parking, awards, food, afterparty and assorted shenanigans at Mellow Mushroom Corporate Headquarters, 5375 Drake Drive, Atlanta, 30336, 2.4 miles from Boat Rock, in the industrial park off of Fulton Industrial Dr. with the huge red pipe sculpture at the entrance. High Country will be shuttling to and from here.
Register: Online at eventbrite.com. You may also register at the pre-party on Friday, February 10th, at Stone Summit Atlanta from 6 PM to 9 PM, or at Mellow Mushroom HQ the morning of the comp. Contact email: email@example.com.
Sponsors: KUHL, Mellow Mushroom Pizza, & Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
Registration and load High Country vans: 8:00am – 9:00am
Competition start: 9:30am
Competition end: 3:30pm
Hot Food: 3:00pm ’til dark
Competition Results and awards: 5:30pm
If you are not interested in competing but want to support the event we are selling individual sponsor tickets for $20.00 which get you a t-shirt, SCC membership, cookout lunch and raffle ticket.
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Remember that Bouldering and Climbing is dangerous. All competitors will be expected to climb in groups and spot each other in case they fall off the boulders. It is expected that you will also have a bouldering pad or mat to aid in a soft landing. By entering the competition as a competitor or spectator, you agree to not hold the The Southeastern Climbers Coalition or any sponsors or organizers of the event liable in the case of injury. Please note that the State of Georgia has Recreational statutes that protect private landowners from lawsuits due to injury on their lands.