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How TMtC Memberships Work

Happy New Year from the Telluride Mountain Club! We hope your 2020 is off to a happy and healthy start.

We wanted to let you know that starting January 1, 2020, our membership structure has been modified to simplify your membership experience and benefits with the club. Our memberships now follow a calendar year, starting January 1 and expire December 31. This will allow TMtC to better track your membership and access to our events.

We hope this makes it easier for you to know where you stand with your current membership and when it has lapsed. You can become a member online here (https://telluridemountainclub.org/membership/), at our winter fundraising event on Feb. 5 at the Sheridan Opera House or at our summer bbq and membership drive in July.

Because our events are a membership benefit, we have special pricing to encourage your support.

  • Winter Film & Fundraising Event = $15
    • This includes a full year membership and access to both the winter and summer events (if you become a member at our winter event, access to our summer event is free)
  • Summer Membership BBQ Event = $15
    • This includes a membership for the remainder of the year as well as dinner at the event


By becoming a member of the Telluride Mountain Club, you are supporting projects related to: new trails, trail maintenance and trail planning, via ferrata longevity, bolt and anchor replacements at regional climbing crags, the adult indoor climbing gym, backcountry awareness and education, access to public lands and so much more. Every membership and donation helps Telluride’s nonmotorized outdoor community.

If you have concerns or would like to speak about an exception in 2020, please reach out to us at telluridemountainclub@gmail.com. We hope you will consider renewing your membership in 2020 and help support the Telluride Mountain Club’s many projects and initiatives.

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Telluride Mountain Club advocates for safe, accessible, enjoyable and respectful opportunities for human-powered recreational activities in the Telluride region, through education, awareness and collaboration.

Telluride Mountain Club is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.