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Tuesday, 1/25/2022, ski Jenny Creek-postponed POSTPONED DUE TO FORECAST will be rescheduled

Eldora Nordic Office opens at 9:00, so we need to be ready to get our free tickets, which enable us to go thru the gate onto Eldora private land.  We will ski up side of slope, then down into Jenny Creek. Plan is to turn around at 1:00 PM, regardless of how far we get.  There are some semi-steep, narrow downhills to negotiate. (taking off skis and walking such sections is less exciting but safer)This trip is for skiers with moderate to advanced abilities and backcountry experience. If you aren't sure, please call me.Skins are recommended. Waxless skis okay.  Metal edges required.  

Leader: Jeff Damp
Type: Ski, Trail mileage: 9, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 1,000'
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Wednesday, 1/26/2022, Easy II Ski Tour to Tiger Townsite Alternative route from Breckenridge

This trip is sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Over The Hill Gang, but is open to all qualified CMC members.This trip provides easy practice for x-c skiing with more varied terrain, but still being in the Easy II category. No skins necessary but herringbone scales and metal edges are very helpful.  I also recommend applying a glide wax (eg Green) to the front and rear ski bottoms. Use a flat cork to rub in the wax.Our destination will be the Royal Tiger Mine and mill site. Along the way, we will turn uphill toward the Cashier mine site and reverse direction for a long ski glide in the tracks we have just made. Fom there we wil continue toward the Royal Tiger Mine.The trip will last from 1.5 to 2+ hours, depending on the snow depth, side trails taken and time for lunch. Bring a lunch, but your car might decide to eat afterwards at the Sunshine Cafe in Silverthorne (maybe even the Smokin Yard BBQ place in Idaho Springs). All is dependent on your car's preference and the latest Covid guidelines. So be sure to at least carry a snack and warm water with you.Bring a thermos of a hot liquid plus water.Check out the Denver Group website: CMCDenver.org.  It has more information than does the regular CMC website about the various activities of the Denver Group.

Leader: Tom Waymire
Type: Ski, Trail mileage: 3.5, Pace: Casual, Elevation Gain: 200
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Wednesday, 1/26/2022, RMOTHG Kenosha Pass West Splke/Snowshoe

Limited to RMOTHG members who are FULLY VACCINATED.  This will be a casual, out and back spike (possibly snowshoe) hike along the Colorado Trail from the west side of Kenosha Pass. We will hike out about 3 miles, have a break for lunch, and then return.  The round trip mileage is estmated at 6 miles.  The trail is snowpacked but we may encounter deeper snow so you will be asked to carry your snowshoes with you if you choose to wear spikes.Climbs are mostly gradual but keep in mind that there is a steady climb on the way back.  We will be below treeline but enjoy some openings along the trail. We will avoid any avalanche terrain – none on planned route.  

Leader: Janice Johnson
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 6, Pace: Casual, Elevation Gain: 600
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Wednesday, 1/26/2022, RMOTHG Lair of the Bear

  THIS TRIP IS LIMITED TO RMOTHG MEMBERS WHO ARE FULLY VACCINATED.  We will hike west on Lair trail, then climb south to junction and small  meadow. Then  return. Bring your microspikes. In order to participate in the hike, before the trip you MUST electronically sign the UPDATED CMC liability waiver (you only need to sign the form once) at:https://waiver.smartwaiver.com/w/5ad11e69247c3/web/

Leader: Bea Slingsby
Type: Hike, Trail mileage: 6, Pace: Casual, Elevation Gain: 800
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Wednesday, 1/26/2022, Evening Horsetooth MountainHike

This 'trip' is #3 of a 4 part training series of after work night hikes/rucks. We will start at a trailhead off of HT and head to the HT summit and back (via some combination of horsetooth rock, south ridge and Audra Culver trails). We will likely have good views of the stars and planets as well as the city lights of Fort Collins.This evening hike will be a weekday workout for those of us avoiding the gym due to coronavirus or training for a post covid adventure  :)  Therefore this 'trip' is meant to be a more rigorous hike and not a "casual jaunt".  Round trip time should be under 2 hours (thats a 2.5-3 mph pace uphill-- a fast hike, not a trail run). Bring the 10 essentials,  especially a headlamp, and warmer clothes...as we will be returning in the dark.  Be sure to check trail conditions and have microspikes available if needed (I will email the group if different traction is needed). Individuals without a headlamp and mask (when we meet in the parking area) will NOT be allowed on the hike.This will be a rain or shine hike, unless electrical storm.I will send out an email if the hike is cancelled due to conditions. 

Leader: Jodi Vanden Eng
Type: Hike, Trail mileage: 5.5, Pace: Fast, Elevation Gain: 1500
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Thursday, 1/27/2022, St. Louis Creek Loop Snowshoe

https://www.alltrails.com/explore/trail/us/colorado/saint-louis-creek-loop--2?mobileMap=false&ref=sidebar-static-map This is a popular cross country ski and snowshoe trail, so I am not expecting difficulties.  However, if there is new snow and we are the first to travel on the new snow then the difficulty could increase and rather than the 6 mile loop could be reduced to a 5 mile out and back.  The attached  map shows an extra mile but there is a way to cut straight down from the the Byers Peak Road to the St Louis Creek Road and shave off a mile.

Leader: Holly Myers
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 6, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 515
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Thursday, 1/27/2022, XC Ski Peru Creek

Trail Description:  We will follow the Peru Creek trail for 3.0 miles and stop before reaching the Pennsylvania Mine.   This may  be our lunch spot if the group wants or we may go further before returning on same trail. This is a very scenic trail that is ringed by the mountains. THIS WILL BE AT A MODERATE PACE. https://www.alltrails.com/explore/trail/us/colorado/peru-creek?mobileMap=false&ref=sidebar-static-map

Leader: Suzy Allexan
Type: Ski, Trail mileage: 6.0, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 800
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Thursday, 1/27/2022, RMOTHG Bakerville - Loveland Trail Snowshoe Arapaho National Forest

THIS HIKE IS FOR RMOTHG MEMBERS AND IS LIMITED TO THOSE WHO ARE FULLY VACCINATED OR HAVE A NEGATIVE PCR TEST WITHIN THREE DAYS OF THE TRIP.This is an out-and-back route that takes us 3.2 miles from the Bakerville trailhead until the Herman Gulch turn off,  We'll plan to eat lunch near the turn-around point.The Bakerville-Loveland trail is a nice wide paved bike trail that runs five miles from Bakerville to the Loveland Valley Ski Area.  (As indicated above, we will NOT be snowshoeing the entire route.)  During the winter, it is normally covered with several feet of hardpacked snow, making it a great early season snowshoe destination. Click here for the route map and here for a more detailed description of the Bakerville-Loveland Trail.In addition to your 10 essentials, bring gaiters, trekking poles, sunscreen, extra water, a hot beverage, and lunch/snacks. Be prepared for a 4-5 hour work out at high altitude (9800' - 10,300').If this is your first snowshoe trip of the season (or ever), please double-check your equipment at home to avoid surprises when we arrive at the trailhead.I will send out additional details and a weather update 1-2 days in advance of the trip.Please let me know in advance if you have any medical issues that may affect you on this hike.

Leader: 720-440-4944 dschweissing@gmail.com
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 6.4, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 666
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Thursday, 1/27/2022, XC Ski Brainard Lake-CMC South BNSS-Thursday Intermediate group

jMeet at the winter trailhead at Brainard lake.  We'll head out and back on the CMC South trail. Trail, and practice back country ski skills along the way
  

Leader: Jill Yarger
Type: Ski, Trail mileage: 5, Pace: Casual, Elevation Gain: 700 feet
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Friday, 1/28/2022, MILLS LAKE

From Bear Lake turn left soon after  the Emerald Lake tralhead sign and follow the trail to Alberta Falls.and past to the trail junction with Loch Vale and Lake Hiayaha.  Keep left ath theis junction to continut to Mills and Jewel  Glacier This will be a snowshoe hike to Mills Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park. Mills Lake is considered by many to be the prettiest lake in RMNP. It lies on the northern edge of Glacier Gorge, a strikingly beautiful U shaped valley carved by glaciers. Longs Peak, Keyboard of the Windsc Pagoda Mountain and Chiefs Head Peak provide a spectacular backdrop. 

Leader: Carol Bennett
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 5, Pace: Casual, Elevation Gain: 840
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Friday, 1/28/2022, Britt's 7th Annual Lake City Ice Climbing

Friday, January 28th 7:45am meet at the King Soopers 3250 Centennial Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80907,

Leader: Britt Jones
Type: Ice Climbing, Trail mileage: 3, Elevation Gain: 100
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Friday, 1/28/2022, High Line Canal #12 Segment 12

 P.S. The High Line canal starts in Waterton Canyon and meanders through the metro area all the way to DIA. The walk2connect.com is walking the whole 71 miles one segment at the time - 14 of them. Each segment has its own history and views. Check it out if your interested. Also check out the High Line Canal Conservancy and Denver Water for more information.A recommended book: The Thunder Tree: Lessons from an Urban Wildland by Robert Michael Pyle, 1993. 

Leader: Dorothea Frohner
Type: Hike, Trail mileage: 6, Pace: Casual, Elevation Gain: 100
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Friday, 1/28/2022, Carpenter Peak, RSPark

Due to the Covid/Omicron surge, we will not car-pool. We will meet at the Visitor's Center outside the bathrooms at 9 am.Then we will hike up to Carpenter Peak, take a short break and have a snack, and then head back down. Foot traction devices will likely be recommneded.

Leader: John O'Leary
Type: Hike, Trail mileage: 6.5, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 1100
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Monday, 1/31/2022, Rainbow Lakes Snowshoe

We will start from the Sourdough Trail Trailhead near Nederland, and snowshoe down County Road 116 to Rainbow Lakes, have lunch and return the way we came. About 11 miles and 1400 total elevation gain.Here's a video of the trail. 
You need to be fully vaccinated against the SARS-Cov-2 virus to participate.
 

Leader: Groovy Jeff Stevens
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 11, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 1400
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Monday, 1/31/2022, CMC Climbing Wall

Come climb with us at the CMC Climbing Walll in Golden from 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM. Basic Climbing/waiver or equivalent experience required. You must be able to tie into your harness correctly and safely belay. Harnesses, locking carabiner, and belay device required. We recommend bringing climbing shoes. No chalk allowed.****PLEASE SIGN UP ON THE CMC WEBSITE IN ADVANCE (If it's full, please sign up for the WAIT LIST. There are usually cancellations and sometimes last minute)

Leader: Jane McManus
Type: Rock Climbing
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Monday, 1/31/2022, Day Hiker School - Survival


Leader: Mike O'Connor
Type: Hike, Trail mileage: 1, Pace: Casual
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Monday, 1/31/2022, CMC Mountain Book Club

I'll be kicking off 2022 with a CMC Mountain book club series. We'll read the book "Imaginary Peaks - The Riesenstein Hoax and Other Mountain Dreams" by Katie Ives, recently published in Sep 2021 by CMC's sister organization - The Mountaineers. I picked up the Kindle version on Amazon which allowed me to switch back and forth between reading it on my phone as well as listening to it on runs. It's also available in hardback and may be available through libraries other than Poudre Valley. I suppose someone could request Poudre Valley to order it too. The book discussion meeting will be in hybrid format - gathering outside at Rally King Brewery (1624 S. Lemay ave) and online via Zoom (I will email out the link a week before the meeting). Last time I was at Rally King they had not stocked up on propane and there were no infrared heaters so dress warmly if you decide to come in person!Email me with any questions.Dimitri Topic: CMC Mountain Book ClubTime: Jan 31, 2022 06:30 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/86028237304Meeting ID: 860 2823 7304One tap mobile+16699006833,,86028237304# US (San Jose)+12532158782,,86028237304# US (Tacoma)Dial by your location        +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)        +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)        +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)        +1 929 205 6099 US (New York)        +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)        +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)Meeting ID: 860 2823 7304Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kb3vGts5Ll

Leader: Dimitri Poppeliers
Type: , Trail mileage: 99
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Tuesday, 2/1/2022, Jenny Creek Snowshoe

Start at Lake Eldora ski area. Go west up a forested valley toward Yankee Doodle Lake, stopping about a mile from the lake. Weather and group permitting, continue to the lake. Wind gear could come in very handy..The Eldora Ski area has changed procedures on gettng access to the Jenny Creek trail from the normal route we have always taken.  It now has a electric gate (next to the "bunny hill" where we always go up) that requires all everyone to get a free card to open the gate to get into the ski area and out of the ski area.  We will need to stop into the Nordic Center for everyone to get this card.  THIS TRIP IS FOR FULLY VACCINATED PEOPLE ONLY.

Leader: Cheryl Ames
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 8, Pace: Casual, Elevation Gain: 1200
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Wednesday, 2/2/2022, Mestaa'ehehe Mtn (aka Squaw Mtn)

Please note: All trip participants must be fully vaccinated. Please be prepared to show vaccination status.As we do our hike it should be on-trail, assuming the trail is still obvious. Bring both micro spikes and snowshoes, as well as your regular cold weather gear.Weather permitting, we may have the option to do a short celebratory “picnic” at the Tuscany Tavern or El Rancho. They do have heated outside patios.Let me know if you have any healthcare issues that could possibly come up during the hike.Leader will send out a detailed trip write-up, including GPX file, prior to departure day.

Leader: Rich McAdams
Type: Hike, Trail mileage: 7, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 1900
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Wednesday, 2/2/2022, Scott Gomer Creek


Leader: Stan Moore
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 7, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 1200
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Thursday, 2/3/2022, Payne Creek Trail

We'll go about a mile in from the Payne Creek/Brookside TH outside Bailey, then turn left to follow Payne Creek Trail up.  Our goal is about 4.5+ miles in from the TH, top out at 9900,' have lunch, and then back again. A map of the proposed trip can be found here. Note that we will not be going all the way to the top.

You need to be fully vaccinated against the SARS-Cov-2 virus to participate.
 
 

Leader: Groovy Jeff Stevens
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 9, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 2000
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Thursday, 2/3/2022, Pennsylvania Mountain, Mosquito Range

Pennslvania Mountain (13006') is in the Mosquito Range.  The hike is a Class 1 with a steady and gradual ascent, passing through a meadow with willows, and then on open tundra above treeline.  Some hiking will be off trail.  Great 360 degree views.  Bring snowshoes and microspikes.  Current conditions will influence what gear we bring. Bring your 10 Essentials, including sun protection.  Bring appropriate clothing for weather and conditions.Expect snow, wind, and cold temps.  

Leader: Barbara Audin
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 5.4, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 1510
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Friday, 2/4/2022, High Line Canal #13 Segment 13

 P.S. The High Line canal starts in Waterton Canyon and meanders through the metro area all the way to DIA. The walk2connect.com is walking the whole 71 miles one segment at the time - 14 of them. Each segment has its own history and views. Check it out if your interested. Also check out the High Line Canal Conservancy and Denver Water for more information.A recommended book: The Thunder Tree: Lessons from an Urban Wildland by Robert Michael Pyle, 1993. 

Leader: Dorothea Frohner
Type: Hike, Trail mileage: 6, Pace: Casual, Elevation Gain: 100
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Monday, 2/7/2022, Eccles Pass Hike/Snowshoe

Hike Meadow Creek Trailhead in Silverthorne to Eccles Pass area. This hike begins in the forest and gradually ascends to a beautiful mountain valley. The views of the Gore Range from the pass should be stunning in winter. We will climb to Eccles Pass, assuming safe conditions. We will avoid avalanche terrain. This will be a snowshoe trip.  We may start out on micro spikes as the trail towad the reservoir will be well packed. Bring your winter 10 essentials.I will let you know weather contidions as we get closer to the date.

Leader: Jim Guerra
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 10, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 2900
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Monday, 2/7/2022, Wall Climb

Join us for a fun evening of top roping at the CMC Clubhouse in Golden from 6:00 - 8:00 PM. Basic Climbing or equivalent experience required. You must be able to tie into your harness correctly and safely belay. Harnesses, locking carabiner, and belay device required. We recommend bringing climbing shoes.  No chalk allowed.Bring a partner, or team up with someone else without a partner.****PLEASE SIGN UP ON CMC WEBSITE IN ADVANCE (If it's full please sign up for the WAIT LIST.  Thx!)**

Leader: Gregory McVie
Type: Rock Climbing
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Tuesday, 2/8/2022, XC ski Nicholson Creek

Six to eight mile round trip, depending on conditions and group dynamics. Starting elevation 8000 ft, high elevation 10,750. First two miles (600 ft) of route on summer road. Slope angles for skiing and surrounding terrain less than 28 degrees. Must have competent ski touring ability, solid snowplow in untracked brushy terrain, use metal edged backcountry skis and be experienced with skins. Telemark or AT bindings required. Adjustable length poles recommended. Must be confident of pacing for 4-6 hour outing in winter conditions. Day pack should include extra jacket, hat, gloves, energy food and hydration beyond what you plan on consuming. Beautiful scenery in willow, aspen, and evergreen forest. Trip will be cancelled if weather or snow conditions miserable.

Leader: Susan Rhea
Type: Ski, Trail mileage: 8, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 2750
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Tuesday, 2/8/2022, Downhill Ski at Vail Ski Resort

This downhill ski trip is for downhill skiers, snowboarders, and telemark skiers.Meet at Vail Ski Resort at the bottom of Gondola One at Vail Village at 9:45 am.  You should be ready to ride the gondola at 10:00, which will take us up to Mid Vail.  An exact meeting location will be sent by email prior to the date.You are responsible for purchasing and obtaining your own downhill ski pass.  Depending on ski conditions, we will try to get to the Back Bowls.We will ski intermediate (BLUE) trails.  Blue trails are described as:BLUE DOWNHILL SKISkier should be able to ski moderate terrain (slopes of up to 25 degrees with trees and other obstacles) at a reasonable speed without frequent falls. Should have some experience with poor snow conditions such as wind crust, deep "cement," and variable snow conditions.Helmets are required.You must have your own gear and your own ski pass, and you must be comfortable on intermediate downhill groomed ski trails.  NO BUMPS or MOGULS.  We will ski the same terrain and trails as a group, and regroup at trail junctures as identified by the leaders.This is NOT a beginner or expert trip.  We will NOT be giving lessons.  We will end the group trip at 4pm, and will take a outdoor lunch break where we can purchase food.   Bring a snack, lunch, or drink that fits in your jacket or small backpack if you use one.Optional Apres Ski!

Leader: Curtis Audin
Type: Ski
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Wednesday, 2/9/2022, Abyss Lake Trail Snowshoe Mt Evans Wilderness to the "beaver meadow"

We will snowshoe up this trail to three different stream crossings that should be solid ice to walk across.  At each of the 3 stream crossings faster hikers will wait for slower hikers to catch up. If it is a cold day,  faster hikers please be prepared to don extra clothing while we wait  for others to catch up. We have 2 trip leaders to account for differences in snowshoeing pace. Moderate pace for hiking is around 2.0 to 2.5 mph and maybe a little slower for snow shoeing.  Casual pace for snowshoeing may be around 1.5 to 2.0 mph or a little slower for snowshoeing. The first mile of this trail is steep, then gradually ascends until the second stream crossing.  After the second stream crossing this acrea is also steep.After the third stream crossing we will rest at an area where in the past beavers built damns and the area is now a waterlogged grassy "meadow" which should be covered with snow.  Good views all around!  At this point we can have some lunch and then return. The risk of avalanche on this trail is mostly negligible.  There are no signs of historical avalanche along this trail.  However, in the event there is severe avalanche warning according to the CAIC in areas such as this,  the trip may be cancelled.Please only fully vaccinated  members  sign up!   We will car pool but you are also welcome to meet at the trail head.   

Leader: Holly Myers
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 8, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 1100
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Wednesday, 2/9/2022, Tom Blake Trail

Easy out-and-back snowshoe hike from the trailhead on Owl Creek Road to the eastern edge of the Snowmass Ski Area. Nice stroll through aspen and spruce forest with views of Snowmass Village.

Leader: Gregory Rydell
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 3, Elevation Gain: 400
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Thursday, 2/10/2022, Abyss Lake Trail Snowshoe

We will 'shoe up this popular both summer and winter trail on the west side of Mt Evans Wilderness until about noon, where we will have a bit of lunch and turn around.  Most elevation gain is in the first mile but the grade is not severe.  Expect nice wintry views of Mt.Bierstadt and Mt. Evans from the west. The risk of avalanche on this trail is completely negligible.Here's an amusing video of someone walking the trail in summer.You need to be fully vaccinated against the SARS-Cov-2 virus to participate.

Leader: Groovy Jeff Stevens
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 10, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 1000
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Thursday, 2/10/2022, Porcupine Gulch new date!


Leader: Stan Moore
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 7, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 1400
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Thursday, 2/10/2022, NEW DATE Snowshoe Angler Mountain Trail to the Ptarmigan Bench Viewpoint

This hike is a portion of the Ptarmigan Peak hike that is featured in "Best Hikes Near Breckenridge and Vail" by Maryann Gaug.We will hike in and out to the Ptarmigan viewing bench.  The trail is well marked, and most likelly well used.  It is a steady climb to great views.  The pace will be moderate and steady.  Bring snowshoes and microspikes.  Current conditions will influence what gear we bring. Bring your 10 Essentials, including sun protection.  Bring appropriate clothing for weather and conditions. 

Leader: Barbara Audin
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 5.2, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 1340
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Friday, 2/11/2022, Deadhorse Creek Loop Snowshoe St. Louis Creek TH

This is a difficult snowshoe as we could be breaking trail on the ascent  of 1400 ft.  We will ascend Spruce Creek. We will  descend Dead Horse Creek Road which is well traveled and we should not be beaking trail.   We will assess the  snow conditions to determine if the loop is do-able. Depending on conditions this could be an out and back. https://www.alltrails.com/explore/trail/us/colorado/deadhorse-creek?mobileMap=false&ref=sidebar-static-map

Leader: Holly Myers
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 7, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 1414
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Friday, 2/11/2022, McClure Pass Snowshoe


Leader: John Broadbooks
Type: Snowshoe, Trail mileage: 6, Pace: Moderate, Elevation Gain: 500
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Friday, 2/11/2022, High Line Canal #14 Segment 14

 P.S. The High Line canal starts in Waterton Canyon and meanders through the metro area all the way to DIA. The walk2connect.com is walking the whole 71 miles one segment at the time - 14 of them. Each segment has its own history and views. Check it out if your interested. Also check out the High Line Canal Conservancy and Denver Water for more information.A recommended book: The Thunder Tree: Lessons from an Urban Wildland by Robert Michael Pyle, 1993. 

Leader: Dorothea Frohner
Type: Hike, Trail mileage: 5, Pace: Casual, Elevation Gain: 100
see official page

Monday, 2/14/2022, Wall Climb

Join us for a fun evening of top roping at the CMC Clubhouse in Golden from 6:00 - 8:00 PM. Basic Climbing or equivalent experience required. You must be able to tie into your harness correctly and safely belay. Harnesses, locking carabiner, and belay device required. We recommend bringing climbing shoes.  No chalk allowed.Bring a partner, or team up with someone else without a partner.****PLEASE SIGN UP ON CMC WEBSITE IN ADVANCE (If it's full please sign up for the WAIT LIST.  Thx!)**

Leader: Gregory McVie
Type: Rock Climbing
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