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Anchor on pitch 2 of Pellea
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BMS instructor rescue review. The purpose of this session is to practice securing a stuck or injured BRS student and lower them safely to the ground. The Dome, March 21, 2009. Photo by Thom Phillips.
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Ellingwood Ridge on La Plata Peak! July 12, 2012

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News & Events

Trip Leaders Meet & Greet
Thurs, July 31, 6:30 - 8pm See description on our Facebook page
Trip Leaders - Take a look at 2015 Year of the Mountaineer RMNP Centennial Celebration
Keep up to date on the flood recovery, including closures and volunteer info.
Brainard Area Ski & Hiking Trail Map
Most up to date trail map available!
Based on member-input GPS!

CMC membership news at Movement Climbing Gym

CMC membership news at Boulder Rock Club

Upcoming Trips

Wednesday 7/30/2014
Wednesday Evening Endeavors (WEE) Social Hike
Wednesday 8/20/2014
Wednesday Evening Endeavors (WEE) Social Hike
Friday 9/5/2014
Tour de Meeker North Loop YOM RMNP Centennial
Saturday 9/13/2014
Twin Owls (8,789) - Bowels of the Owls (5.0) YOM RMNP Centennial
Wednesday 9/17/2014
Wednesday Evening Endeavors (WEE) Social Hike
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The Colorado Mountain Club is the premier hiking club of the Rocky Mountain Region.

We are organized: "To unite the energy, interest and knowledge of the students, explorers and lovers of the mountains of Colorado; to collect and disseminate information regarding the Rocky Mountains in behalf of science, literature, art and recreation; to stimulate public interest in our mountain area; to encourage the preservation of forests, flowers, fauna and natural scenery; and to render accessible alpine attraction of the region."

To find out more about the CMC Boulder Group, we suggest you view the information under the 'Group' and 'Publications' menu items.

There are no strangers in the mountains, only friends you haven't met.

Did You Know

The Boulder Group of the Colorado Mountain Club owns two cabins in the Arapaho-Roosevelt National Forest.