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Boulder Climber Community

Boulder Climbing Community

Stewardship… Community… Activism…

BCC Commits to the ROCK Project Pact

Posted on: November 5th, 2014 by rbriggs
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Please join the Boulder Climbing Community in committing to the ROCK Project Pact. Go to

Climbing Stewards Complete Royal Arch Project

Posted on: November 2nd, 2014 by rbriggs

SEE THE MOVIE The Front Range Climbing Stewards trail crew has wrapped up a very successful first season with the completion of the Royal Arch Trail rebuild. After more than a year this popular and iconic trail will soon re-open. Thanks to all the volunteers who came out and worked, … Read more…

Our Thanks to Movement and the Spot for Supporting FRCS

Posted on: October 6th, 2014 by rbriggs
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Movement Climbing + Fittness and the Spot Bouldering Gym are generously offering free day passes to volunteers who work for 8 hours with the Front Range Climbing Stewards. Only about a month remains in the 2014 season and there are three different opportunities to work with the FRCS crew: 1. Help out … Read more…

Climbing Stewards Trail Crew Begins Royal Arch Project … and WE NEED YOUR HELP!

Posted on: August 24th, 2014 by rbriggs

After a successful five months of work in Eldorado, culminating with the amazing Darkness til Dawn project, the Front Range Climbing Stewards (FRCS) have moved on to the Royal Arch Trail rebuild for the City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks. We are looking for trail volunteers who want to be a part of getting this … Read more…

The Golden Age of Free Climbing, with Pat Ament

Posted on: July 24th, 2014 by rbriggs
Pat, top of Nerve Wrack Point, Tuolumne, photo by Tom Higgins

8:00 pm, Thursday August 7 at Neptune Mountaineering This is a show you don’t want to miss!   Pat Ament was the premier free climber in the mid-later 1960s in Colorado and also did the first 5.11 climb in Yosemite in 1967. A university gymnast, he was John Gill’s main … Read more…

Joe’s Valley Fundraiser: The Spot, 7:00 pm Wednesday, July 30

Posted on: July 24th, 2014 by rbriggs

Joe’s Valley Needs Your Cash Step up CO, let’s help UT pay for the pottys! Have you ever climbed at Joe’s? How about any of your friends? Being one of the most popular bouldering areas in the U.S., Joe’s Valley receives many thousands of climber visits every year. To service … Read more…

REI Grant Award to BCC

Posted on: May 28th, 2014 by Craig Hoffman

Each year REI awards grants “to grow and enhance diverse, accessible, and popular outdoor recreation places where our members recreate.” This year Boulder Climbing Community applied for an REI grant and was awarded $5000. As outlined in its proposal, BCC will use these funds to further its mission of trail … Read more…

Front Range Crag Care Seminars

Posted on: April 15th, 2014 by Mike McHugh

Front Range Crag Care is a cooperative venture between Jefferson County Open Space, Eldorado Canyon State Park, the Access Fund, and the Boulder Climbing Community. Through a series of free hands-on workshops, climbers and other trail users are empowered to: collaborate with land managers recognize critical trail issues participate effectively … Read more…