Did you hear?... BCM moves into the American Mountaineering Center

Big City Mountaineers has moved into the American Mountaineering Center, joining the American Alpine Club, the Colorado Mountain Club, Colorado Outward Bound, and several other non-profit organizations as tenants.
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Big City Mountaineers has moved into the American Mountaineering Center, joining the American Alpine Club, the Colorado Mountain Club, Colorado Outward Bound, and several other non-profit organizations as tenants. BCM's new address is 710 10th Street, Suite 115, Golden, CO 80401. Phone is 800-644-2122. BCM Executive Director, J Smith told SNEWS that he would especially welcome visitors to the new location: "I am sure we will have a box or two they could help to unload."

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