There are always new and exciting things happening around the
Chicago Mountaineering Club. From exciting trips reports and other
content being added to the web site to events and outings that are
sponsored by the Chicago Mountaineering club, this is the page to
checkout what's new. Please check back regularly.
Meru Opening Night
The documentary Meru will be showing at the Music Box theater on
September 4th. The CMC has been offered discounted tickets ($8) if
20+ people commit to buying a ticket.
Please click here for more information.
May Meeting Has Moved
The location for the May meeting has been moved to a new location
a special program. Please click here for more information.
Annual Dinner March 14th
The Chicago Mountaineering Club (CMC) is proud to have Pete
Takeda as our guest speaker for
Annual Dinner on Saturday March 14th at Buca di Beppo Lombard,
90 Yorktown Road, Lombard, IL 60148
Pete, a long-time Marmot athlete and accomplished writer, has
led six ventures into the Garhwal and Kumaon and Karakoram
Himalayas. Pete's exploits are well documented in many leading
CMC Annual Dinner
Saturday March 14th 6-10 pm
Speaker Pete Takeda
Raffle and Silent Auction
RSVP by March
Time to Renew Membership for 2015
Membership Renewal Form
Completed forms should be submitted to the Vice President per
the instructions on the
Any questions please contact our Vice
Access Fund Acquires Holy Boulders – Asks for Further
The Access Fund is pleased to announce that it has acquired the
Holy Boulders in Southern
more help is needed from the climbing community to fund, raise,
and transfer the property to
a long-term owner.
Alpine Mentoring Program (AMP)
The Chicago Mountaineering Club Would Like to Invite
Interested Members to Explore the World of Alpine Climbing!
The purpose of AMP is to provide exposure to alpine climbing
interested climbers from the Midwest. Open to all CMC members who
are rope leaders or show
equivalent interest (the
commitment to the CMC is a primary concern) and who possess the
ability to be a group
leader, and can
demonstrate self-sufficiency. Learn more.