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Skunk Canyon Bolt Replacement Day

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On September 17th, the Flatiron Climbing Council hosted a volunteer…
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2016 TRASH BASH!

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Mark your calendars for the 16th annual Flagstaff TRASH BASH…
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FHRC Public Meeting on September 1 at 6:30PM

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The FHRC will host a public meeting to review proposals for new…
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Volunteers Needed for the Dinosaur Rock Trail Day - July 9th, 2016

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The FCC and the City's Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP)  need…
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FHRC Public Meeting - June 2, 2016, at 6:30 PM at the Spot

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The FCC's Fixed Hardware Review Committee will have a public…
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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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Mickey Mouse Wall is now open!

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OSMP just lifted the closure on Mickey Mouse Wall.  It's rare…
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FHRC Meeting - July 1st, 2015, at 6:30 PM at the Spot

The Fixed Hardware Review Committee will have a public meeting…
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OSMP update on cliff nesting raptor closures

OSMP reports the following updates on cliff nesting raptor closures: The…
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Volunteers Needed for the FCC/OSMP Flagstaff Trail Day - June 27, 2015!

The FCC and OSMP need volunteers for our upcoming trail day…
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15th Annual Flagstaff TRASH BASH - Sept 9, 2015

The 15th annual Flagstaff TRASH BASH will be happening on September…
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New Access Trail to the South Face of Seal Rock

As you may have seen, there is a new trail to access the south…
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Bolt Replacement on Mickey Mouse Wall

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

The mission of the FCC 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.

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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