Conservation & Advocacy

Conservation and advocacy news and updates from the Colorado Mountain Club
A week working in the Flat Tops

A week working in the Flat Tops

CMC's Stewardship Crew cleared and maintained trails in a remote part of the White River National Forest

CMC Stewardship Crew 2022 Intro

CMC Stewardship Crew 2022 Intro

We laughed and joked and enjoyed the work even on days where the heat was almost unbearable and the sand was blowing dust into our every crevice

Public-Private Partnership Keeps 14er Peaks Open in Park County

Public-Private Partnership Keeps 14er Peaks Open in Park County

CMC secures the re-opening of the Decalibron 14ers for the 2022 climbing season but there is still work to be done

RIMS - A New Tool for Land Management Planning and Stewardship

RIMS - A New Tool for Land Management Planning and Stewardship

The CMC RIMS app puts the power of data collection into your hands to help improve trail maintenance and public land management!

Big Fish, Small Skis

Big Fish, Small Skis

The Snow Rangers have been busy stewarding Red Mountain Pass and the Grand Mesa, which have both seen consistent streams of happy visitors.

Meet the 21/22 CMC Snow Rangers

Meet the 21/22 CMC Snow Rangers

The Snow Ranger program is a partnership between the Colorado Mountain Club and the U.S. Forest Service Ouray & Grand Valley Ranger Districts...

The Great American Outdoors Act

The Great American Outdoors Act

WASHINGTON - President Trump signed the Great American Outdoors Act into law in August, allocating $900 million to the Land and Water Conservation Fund and $9.5 billion to the maintenance and restoration of public lands.