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Ward Whicker, Group Chairman, welcomes you to the Fort Collins Group of the Colorado Mountain Club. We are a community of more than 300 adventure-loving outdoorspeople who enjoy experiencing Colorado's mountains. Whether it's a hike around Horsetooth Reservoir, a climb of Longs Peak, a fishing trip on the Poudre River or simply a potluck social, we invite you to get involved with our active and exciting Group. 

Please check out our Activity Schedule page for upcoming trips and other club activities. Guests are welcome, please don't be shy to see what we have to offer! Note that all of our leaders are trained in leadership, safety and first aid skills.

If you decide to join us on a trip as a guest, you will need to call the trip leader to see if the trip is still open (sometimes there are participant limits). You will also need to sign a Release of Liability form. If you need further assistance, please contact CMC Membership Services at 303-279-3080.

The Fort Collins Group is one of 13 regional chapters of the statewide Colorado Mountain Club. The CMC is headquartered in Golden, Colorado.

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 News Flashes!

ANNUAL DINNER November 11!!! Go to the following link for more details, print the form, fill it out and return it to Anita Wright by October 25th. Annual Dinner Flyer/Sign up Form. SEE YOU THERE!

The next new and prospective members meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, 1 November at 6PM at the Council Tree Library Community Room. If you know anyone who may be interested in attending, please contact Chris Hagen (see Council Members in the About tab)

Group Newsletter

The September 2017 newsletter is now available. 

Monthly Program

The next Montly Program is September 27 2017 - The Colorado Mountain Club Fort Collins Group will have the next monthly program at the Fort Collins Senior Center on  September 27 Joel Gratz, Meteorologist and CEO of Open Snow/Open Summer will present "Mountain Forecasting: Facts, Tips and Tricks" based on the "What's Brewing in Weather & Climate" series. Hope to see you there!