For the Boulder Community
The Boulder Group of the Colorado Mountain Club is headquartered in a 2000 square foot Clubroom in the Table Mesa Shopping Center on Broadway in South Boulder (go north behind the Neptune Mountaineering store on the upper level). In our Clubroom we offer numerous programs, lectures and other events every month.
Our 1600 members enjoy a huge variety of hiking, backpacking, climbing and skiing activities throughout the entire year in addition to local social outings and an enjoyable Group Annual Dinner which is held every November to celebrate our members. Boulder outings run the gamut from leisurely slow-paced flower photography hikes and conservation projects to challenging high mountain summit climbs. We like to hike, ski and climb. We are friendly and we like to have fun!
For all level mountaineers, Boulder provides regular seminars in leadership, safety and First Aid. We also sponsor:
- Boulder Hiking School for people new to the Colorado mountains
- Boulder Mountaineering School (established in 1947) for members interested developing more technical mountaineering skills
- Advanced Mountaineering School for those who think they might like to tackle full-scale mountaineering expeditions
Plus there are yearly Back Country Ski Clinics and Telemark Ski Clinics, an Ice Climbing School, a Rock Leading School, and much more.
The Boulder Group also publishes the ultimate trail map of the Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks region -be sure to get yours (available at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden, in the Boulder Clubroom, and at all local outdoor and mountaineering stores).
We are located at 633 South Broadway, Unit K, Boulder CO 80305
Please come and join us! Regular office hours are 5PM to 7 PM Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Phone 303-554-7688 for more information, or visit the Boulder Group Website.
CMC Boulder Group - Open Positions
There are volunteer positions available to club members willing to step up their commitment. Please consider donating a few hours a month to help enrich, improve and actively contribute to our dynamic group! Together, we can work on environmental conservation projects, membership promotion, trip planning, event coordination, publications, Boulder schools, leadership and conducting all manner of outdoor adventures!
The Boulder CMC Council is seeking nominations for a vice-chairperson and council members. Please forward your nominations to Cary Reeves at email@example.com.
Commitment: For the vice-chairperson and council members, there is a monthly council meeting where Boulder CMC business is discussed. The council member positions are "at large" and therefore do not have specific responsibilities. The vice chair is also there to learn the role of the chair since they are tapped to be the chair the following year; it is a two-year commitment.
The Boulder Compass Newsletter Editor will be retiring from the position beginning in January 2014. Interested parties should contact any of the CMC Council members, or the current Compass Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Committment: To assemble and edit the newsletter, released monthly, within a few days of the 1st of each month. Internet blogging skills and are appreciated, but not necessary. Free internet training, editing, and compilation assistance with the transition is available for the new editor. On any given month, it takes 4-6 hours to complete the newsletter. It can be done entirely independently and from home (given internet access is available).