The Hostel California, one of our awesome sponsors, has blocked out ALL their dorm room beds for participants of the Women’s Climbing Festival at a steep discount. You can book three nights for $75 or two nights for $50. The hostel does tend to sell out pretty quickly for the weekend. If you would like to book or have any questions, you can call them at 760-399-6316 or email them at info@thehostelcalifornia.com

The Eastside Guesthouse & Bivy is also offering bunk beds at a discounted price for festival participants. You can book for the Friday and Saturday night of the festival for $50 (+ tax)! To book, please give them a call at (760)784-7077.

The Red Roof Inn is setting aside a block of rooms for festival weekend at a discounted price. You can book for Friday and Saturday night of the festival for $73 (+tax). To book, please call the front desk at: (760)873-3564 by March 17th.

We are also currently working with the Bishop Chamber of Commerce to see if we can get some discounted rooms at any of the other local hotels. You can also check out their website for a listing of other local lodging options.

Camping – There are several designated camping areas in and around the main bouldering areas of Bishop.

Saturday programming will be held at the Tri-County Fairgrounds in Bishop, CA. The fairgrounds will have tent camping available on site for $15/night with showers and bathrooms. They also have electricity, gated parking, and a camp host for security. They do not have water access yet.
This is a great option for anyone who wants to be closer to town for all the events during the festival and could make it easier too if you don’t have a vehicle. To reserve give the campgrounds a call at (760)873-3588.

The most well-known and popular one being the Pit on BLM land costs a mere $5/night per vehicle and has bathroom facilities. There also is the Pleasant Valley Campground for $14/night per vehicle.

You can also get out to the Buttermilks and camp at one of the many unofficial campsites just past the main bouldering area. Places like the Druid Stones, Bardini boulders, and Pollen Grains give more privacy for busy weekends.

You can also check out the US Forest Service campgrounds in and surrounding Bishop.


Airports:  There are a couple options. You can fly into any airport in the Los Angeles area (LAX, Burbank, Long Beach, Orange County, Ontario), San Diego, Reno, Las Vegas or the Bay Area (SFO, Oakland, San Jose). You’d have to rent a car or carpool from any of these places. It’s about a 5-6 hours drive from all these airports except Reno (which is 3.5 hours). If you fly into Mammoth Lakes, it’s about 45 minutes away to Bishop.
We will create a Women’s Climbing Festival Participant Switchboard on Facebook where all registered participants can coordinate carpools, rideshares and travel plans with one another. If you are a registered participant and have not received an invite to this group, please email us at vicky@flashfoxy.com.


Check out this sweet destination guide on Bishop by our media sponsors (and dear friends) at Moja Gear for some beta on the various bouldering and sport climbing areas in Bishop!