Why become a member of the BCC?
As a member of the BCC, you get more than just that warm fuzzy feeling of supporting local climbing, you also get some great discounts on gear!
Member discounts include:
20% off a single item at Neptune Mountaineering
40% off Friction Labs chalk
20% off Katherine Holmes gear
20% off 8bplus chalk bags, chalk and accessories
20% off Butora climbing shoes
Access to Expert Voice pro deal site (20+ brands)
Access to Outdoor Pro Link pro deal site (40+ brands)
What does your money support?
Trails: FRCS season: 7067 crew hours, 2395 volunteer hours, 1448 rocks moved by hand, 1371 rocks moved by high line, 571 rock steps built, 4981 sqft of retaining wall structures, $204,817 total cost
Bolts: 100+ replaced annually
Bags: 1000+ free poop bags distributed annually
Eagles: 1-2 endangered eaglets typically fledged from protected nests
Education: efforts to reach tens of thousands of Front Range climbers
Advocacy: working tirelessly with land managers to make sure your favorite climbing areas are open and well maintained.
We also encourage you to join as a joint Access Fund / Boulder Climbing Community to show your support for national stewardship!
Since we were founded, donations from individuals have been essential for us to fulfill our mission. Beyond direct donations (button below) you can also donate and create your own fundraiser through www.ColoradoGives.org.
Pitch in your part to address the growing impacts of climbers around Boulder. Work with other amazing volunteers in our favorite, most iconic climbing areas, and be a proud part of the team that makes local climbing sustainable.
Stay informed by filling out the form below with your interests. We have a wide variety of volunteer opportunities throughout the year, by signing up you will get volunteer alerts.
GET INVOLVED AT THESE UPCOMING STEWARDSHIP PROJECTS
> Front Range Climbing Stewards begin in spring
> Jeffco monthly climber trail projects begin in spring
OTHER BCC VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
> Wag bag re-stocking (all year)
> Golden eagle monitoring in Boulder Canyon (seasonal)
> Marketing, events and community outreach (all year)
> Apply to serve on the board of directors (annual elections are in March)