Awe-inspiring and spectacular mountain photographs from
Colorado and around the world will be showcased at The Colorado Mountain
Club in Golden, CO, beginning November 29.
Steep Himalayan peaks, deep Colorado canyons, and brave
climbers scaling frozen waterfalls are a few of the subjects which will be
on display at this year’s photography exhibit. This annual tradition was
established to present the stunning camera work of its members and dates
back to 1918. Each year, club members submit their best shots representing
human-powered sports, mountains, adventure travel, and this year, American
Wilderness areas. More than 100 photographs will be on display during this
fine-art print exhibit.
The show opens Thursday, November 29 and runs through
Thursday, December 6 at the Colorado Mountain Club, 710 10th St., Golden,
CO. Hours are 3:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. weekdays and Noon-5 p.m. on Saturday and
Sunday. An opening night reception will be held on November 29 from 6:00
p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Admission is $2 for the public and is free to club members.
The Colorado Mountain Club (CMC) is one of the oldest and
largest outdoor clubs in the nation. Founded in 1912, the CMC is organized
to unite those who cherish, study, and explore the Rocky Mountains, to
stimulate public interest in the mountains, to collect and disseminate
mountain information on behalf of literature, art, recreation, and science,
and to protect the ecosystems and landscapes of the Rocky Mountains. The CMC
serves a constituency of over 40,000 people, located mostly in Colorado, and
over 7,000 youth. CMC programs focus on conservation, education, policy,
recreation, arts and culture, and they publish a bimonthly magazine and
operate a press. The American Mountaineering Center houses the club’s
headquarters and is located at 710 10th St., Golden, Colo.
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