Here is who is generously helping us out! We're super grateful for every single one of you who has made a contribution. Click on a sponsor's logo to visit their website and learn more about who they are and what they do.

Banner with DMM gear
Mountaineering Ireland Logo

The building bricks of the festival… to say the least! Mountaineering Ireland, the representative body for Ireland's hillwalkers and climbers, are kindly contributing financially to the event and hosting the event under their insurance. Needless to say, we’d be lost without them!

DMM Logo

There is no rock climbing without DMM, and as the Technical Partner for our festival we are delighted to have them onboard. They are fuelling the event with goodies, raffle prizes, workshop hosts and all around making sure we have what we need to make our dream become a reality.

Hotel Doolin Logo

Another special ingredient we couldn’t do without. Hotel Doolin are contributing to the event financially and making sure no one goes hungry on the day with a healthy, vegan lunch bag. Mmm!

Climb It Logo

Brian Bateson, the man behind, donates a certain amount each year to encourage people in the outdoors. We were lucky enough to hit the jackpot this year as he chose our festival! As a local Co. Clare business and a generally sound bloke, we are over the moon to be teaming up with him.

Dublin Climbing Centre Logo

This popular Dublin City gym is generously providing financial support for the festival. We are using these funds to cover essential website hosting costs and few other bits and bobs.

Mountain Training Association Logo

Mountain Training Association is the biggest community of trainee and qualified leaders, coaches and instructors in the UK and Ireland. They have kindly recognised WRF as valuable Continuing Personal Development (CPD) for members of the Mountain Training Association.

Scarpa Logo

Everyone knows Scarpa in the climbing world! Their innovative footwear combines decades of experience with unique technology, making their climbing shoes an excellent choice for every experience level of climber. Scarpa are throwing in two vouchers for climbing shoes into our raffle. The winner will be able to choose the model and size of their choice!

Earth's Edge Logo

Earth's Edge is a BCorp certified expedition company. They offer high-altitude trekking in some of the most stunning locations. Their goal is to help people explore the world and experience life-changing adventures in the safest way possible. We're grateful for their generous contribution to our raffle quiz!

Unwind Logo

A scrumptious evening snack bar, you say? Yes, please! Unwind are kindly giving us a bar each to enjoy as a snack in the evening after a long day at the crag. Drool!

27 Crags Logo

This popular, soon to be world's best online climbing guidebook and app is giving every participants a little present in the goodie bag. But, we won't spoil it yet though...!

Gorp garb Logo

This fabulous female led collective is stitching their favourite climbing shoes onto garb. They have kindly offered one of their cool tees as a prize for our raffle quiz. How exciting!

Lattice Coaching & Training Logo

The world renowned hardcore training platform is making sure we will stay strong before, during and after the festival. Lattice have kindly provided some amazing raffle items.. and have also promised to send over some spare training psyche!

Moonvalley Logo

Scandinavian health bomb bars - vegan, nutritious and good for the planet! Moonvalley are fuelling our snacks for the day to make sure we can climb as strong as possible.

Mountain Equipment Logo

Mountain Equipment are keeping our crew and instructors sheltered from he elements by supporting the WRF with an item of clothing to make sure we can deliver the festival to its fullest potential.

BETA Outdoor Sports logo

An exclusive distributor for some of the most exciting climbing brands chosen for quality, durability and usability. They are adding some exciting Beta Climb gear to our raffle prize list and also sending over a bunch of Tenaya demo climbing shoes that our participants can borrow and test out on the rocks. Yes, that's right!

Beta Magazine logo

Beta Magazine is a UK based climbing and outdoors magazine focusing on the female experiences but inclusive of all are producing some very interesting and relatable reading content for everyone to enjoy. They also make fun stickers and patches to decorate your bottles, backpacks or vans. This year they are contributing to our raffle quiz with a fun surprise package!

Gnarly Peaks Logo

Based on the rugged west coast of Ireland and born from the urge to explore, Gnarly Peaks are creating high quality technical clothing to help us all enjoy our journeys to mountains big or small. They are carefully hand picking the best technical fabrics made to our specification for comfort and function. Designed in their own studio, they analyse our mountain experiences and put that knowledge into the clothing. We are delighted to partner with them this year and receive our very own personalised piece of technical clothing. What is it exactly? Well, you'll just have to wait and see!

Landers Logo

Based in Kerry, Landers Outdoor World is a leading retailer of outdoor gear and apparel in Ireland. Established in 1984, they have grown to become one of the most respected and trusted retailers in the outdoor industry, offering a wide selection of top-brand products and expert advice to help customers fully enjoy their outdoor experiences. They are giving a water bottle for each festival goer so that everyone is well hydrated during the festival.

Hurst Botanicals Logo

Hurst Botanicals is Ireland's first and only Fairtrade kombucha brewery. It was founded by Ellen Quinn & Alex Falco in 2021. With their food science and commercial backgrounds they wanted to create drinks that represented their combined love of drinks, food & nature. They first started brewing and fermenting kombucha during lockdown in a place called Hurstpierpoint, where the name Hurst comes from. Hurst is a very old word for a wooded hill. In the brewery they take light tea botanicals and extract their nutrients to feed their live kombucha cultures. Once the right conditions are in place, they leave them to ferment and work their magic for 7 to 10 days using old kombucha brewing methods, never rushed. This creates light, bubbly kombucha drinks that naturally contain organic acids, antioxidants and only 36kcals for added wellbeing. All ingredients that can be sourced as Fairtrade in Hurst are, which means the farmers they trade with get a fairer price for their produce. Hurst are one of the few Fairtrade soft drinks producers in the world.

The Joyful Willow Logo

Climbing and yoga connect in movement, mindset and nature. The Joyful Willow is your online joy hub created by two sisters (that love climbing) who like to share their travel, vegan recipes and yoga journey! They are spreading the joy with stickers and vouchers to try their online and in-person yoga classes.

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