Latest News and Events

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Overhang Rock Stewardship Event on August 21 & 22, 2020.

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The Flatirons Climbing Council (FCC) in conjunction with the…
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FHRC Public Meeting - Monday, June 1 online

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The FHRC public vote and meeting is coming up! Monday, June 1…

Covid-19 Guidance Update May 15, 2020

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Dear Climbing community The City of Boulder has implemented…
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Thank you Rock & Resole and local Sponsors

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This is a reminder to patronize our local businesses and climbing…
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Cliff Nesting Raptor Closures Update May 14, 2020

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Update May 14, 2020: Closure has been lifted for Bear Creek…
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Cliff Nesting Raptor Closures February 1 - July 31

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The following areas are closed from February 1 - July 31 to protect…

Covid-19 Guidance

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Dear Climbing community In a continued effort to "Flatten…

Overhang Rock Stewardship Event on Nov 2, 2019

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The Flatirons Climbing Council (FCC) in conjunction with the…
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Rebolting in Fern Canyon

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This September, a group of 10 volunteers replaced over 100…
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2017 Flagstaff Trash Bash

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Mark your calendars for 2017 Flagstaff TRASH BASH on Wednesday,…
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2016 Year in Review

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The FCC had a successful and exciting year that included trail…
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Thank You Trango!

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We are thrilled to report that Trango will sponsor the FCC…
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Attention Flatirons Route Developers!

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The FCC is excited to announce that we can provide you with…
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Successful Trash Bash!

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Thanks to everyone who made the 15th annual Trash Bash a big…
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2015 TRASH BASH

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The 15th Annual Flagstaff Mountain TRASH BASH The 15th Annual…
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15th Annual Flagstaff TRASH BASH - Sept 9, 2015

The 15th annual Flagstaff TRASH BASH will be happening on September…

New Access Trail to the South Face of Seal Rock

As you may have seen, there is a new trail to access the south…

Bolt Replacement on Mickey Mouse Wall

On September 20, 2014, Jason Hass and 37 volunteers replaced…

Our Mission

The FCC’s mission is to preserve and expand climbing access on City of Boulder public lands, to maintain climbing resources and conserve the natural environment, and to work in tandem with land managers and other interested parties on climbing-related issues. The Flatirons Climbing Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

About the FCC

The FCC was formed to preserve climbing access in the Flatirons.
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About the FHRC

Learn more about how to apply for new routes.
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Guidebook

Learn about routes that have been installed through the FHRC process.
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