REEL ROCK 18! March 3, 2024

Address for event: 304 W Pacific Ave STE 310, Spokane, WA 99201

Event starts at 4:00 PM

Movie starts at 5:30 PM

Big Sky Brewery beer, Overbluff Winery wine, and food from Good Dilla will be available for purchase.

Raffle tickets available for purchase to win fantastic climbing gear and other prizes.

Silent auction of amazing items from La Sportiva, Evolv, REI, and so many more organizations.

Reel Rock is an annual movie experience curated by the North Face showcasing amazing stories from the climbing community. This year’s movies are listed below:

-Sachi Style feat. Sachi Amma

-Yeah Buddy feat. Hazel Findlay and Angie Scarth-Johnson

-Jirishanca feat. Josh Wharton and Vince Anderson

-Climbing Never Die feat. Matt Groom and Danyil Boldyrev

BANFF Mountain Film Festival – January 12-13, 2024

Buy tickets here:

Two nights, two different programs: January 12 and 13

General entry tickets are $25

VIP tickets are $100 – see below

Join the BCC for an exclusive VIP event Saturday, January 13th! 

Tickets are $100, and 97% of proceeds go directly to the BCC if you enter code BCC at checkout.

Your VIP ticket includes:

-Appetizers from FEAST World Kitchen

-Drink ticket for beer or wine

-Entry into a VIP exclusive raffle

-First dibs on seats at the Fox Theater for Saturday’s BANFF showing

-Discounted ticket for Friday’s show ($5 off)

-A chance to support your favorite nonprofit organization!

We hope to see you there! 

REEL ROCK 17 – Annual BCC Fundraiser!!! Sunday, March 5th, 4-8 PM

Come support your local crags! 100% of all money raised goes directly to maintaining and expanding local climbing in your community!

Reel Rock 17 will be held in downtown Spokane’s stunning Washington Cracker Co. building (304 W Pacific Ave) from 4-8 PM on Sunday, March 5th, with films starting at 5:30. Beer for the event has been donated by Big Sky Brewing and eats from local food truck Good Dilla will be on hand. There will be a silent auction with many great climbing and outdoor items to bid on (including skis!), as well as a raffle. All proceeds will benefit the Bower Climbing Coalition’s volunteer efforts to maintain the safety and cleanliness of local crags and preserve climbing access in the Inland Northwest.

The movies will share some of the greatest stories and sends from this year in climbing. You won’t want to miss them! Many thanks to our sponsors and donors, Bloc Yard Bouldering Gym, Wild Walls Climbing Gym, Rambleraven Gear Trader, Big Sky Brewing Co., Black Diamond, REI, Rocket Market, and many more!

Become a Bower Climbing Coalition Member!

Members get great discounts at both Spokane climbing gyms, and gear-trader Rambleraven. Memberships include the tech t-shirt below, featuring an image of Big Rock at Rocks of Sharon drawn by local artist and climber Bevie LaBrie. All membership fees support our completely volunteer nonprofit organization. Those funds go directly towards the cost of re-bolting, crag cleanups, graffiti removal, and stewardship projects at crags in the Inland Northwest. Join today by clicking “Join Now”!

REEL ROCK 16 – Sunday, May 15th, 4-9 PM

The BCC is proud to present Reel Rock 16 on Sunday, May 15th from 4-9 PM at the Washington Cracker Co. Building at 304 W. Pacific Ave, Spokane, WA 99201. Join us for a night of movies, food, drinks, and loads of silent auction items to bid on! Proceeds will go directly back into our local climbing community to fund re-bolting, crag stewardship, and access advocacy.

Many thanks to our sponsors and donors, Bloc Yard Bouldering Gym, Wild Walls Climbing Gym, Rambleraven Gear Trader, Big Sky Brewing Co., Black Diamond, REI, Rocket Market, and many more! See you there!

Diversity Equity and Inclusion Statement

The Bower Climbing Coalition strives to bring together climbers of all race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, age, socioeconomic status, and outdoor experience and ability in inclusive community events and gatherings. 

The BCC recognizes the implicit cultural and social-structural gap of access to outdoor recreation in our community and on a greater national scale. Some demographics and socioeconomic groups are underrepresented in outdoor recreation and education, specifically in regard to climbing. 

In an effort to close this gap, the Bower Climbing Coalition will strive to do the following:

  • We will seek out and welcome people from all communities to our membership, and encourage them to participate in the affairs/events of our organization as volunteers, participants, and members of the BCC.
  • We will encourage our members to be inclusive in the climbing community and to serve as stewards of the outdoors to facilitate and grow a diversifying demographic of climbers and outdoor adventurers. 
  • We will reflect on the ways in which our community has excluded people from marginalized backgrounds, and strive to reduce the barriers faced by these individuals through direct outreach and other means.
  • We will establish an expectation of mutual respect in the interactions that happen across our organization.
  • We will look for opportunities to promote diversity and inclusion in our relationships with other organizations and within our leadership.
  • We will continue to be a community minded organization dedicated to maintaining, expanding and preserving Inland Northwest climbing for all people. 
  • We will value the perspectives and contributions of all people to our organization. 

BCC Board

REEL ROCK 14 Nov. 3rd 5pm-9pm

Come join the Bower Climbing Coalition for a screening of Reel Rock 14 at the Washington Cracker Building on November 3rd. All proceeds from the event will go towards improving the Deep Creek Trailhead! There will be lots of awesome silent auction items. Don’t miss this event!


Rock The Earth: Earth Day Crag Cleanup 2019

The loss of Jess Roskelley has rocked Spokane’s climbing community. Jess was a founder of the BCC as well as a friend and climbing partner to many us, and the Roskelley family is woven into the very fabric of our community. After consulting with Allison, the BCC has decided to continue with Sunday’s crag cleanup and party. We feel that coming together as a climbing community to celebrate Earth Day is what Jess would have wanted and can help us to cope with this great loss.
The family is still planning Jess’s memorial and will announce the details soon. We are gathering pictures of Jess to give to Allison; please email any pictures you’d like to share to
We are dropping the admission charge to the Fred Beckey movie and party: if you have bought a ticket we will refund your money. We’ll see you Sunday! Come out to and help us clean the crags we love, and join for the afterparty and movie at the Washington Cracker Building.