American Mountaineering Center

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American Mountaineering Center
American Mountaineering Center is listed in the Conference Centers category in Golden, Colorado. Displayed below are the social networks for American Mountaineering Center which include a Facebook page and a Yelp review page. The activity and popularity of American Mountaineering Center on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 89.

Contact information for American Mountaineering Center is:
710 10th St
Golden, CO 80401
(303) 384-9146
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American Mountaineering Museum shared their event.
Due to unforeseen complications Glen Denny will not be able to make it to Colorado next week. Both the event at the American Mountaineering Museum on May 2nd and the event at Neptune Mountaineering on May 4th will be cancelled. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Come hear the history of Yosemite climbing come to life on Tuesday, May 2nd when we welcome Glen Denny to the American Mountaineering Museum as part of his Front Range Tour! A member of the famed Yosemite Camp 4 crew of the 1960's, Glen Denny climbed with legends such as Royal Robbins, Warren Harding, Chuck Pratt, and Layton Kor. Glen will be reading excerpts from his new book Valley Walls, a collection of memiors that documents one of the most famous eras in Climbing history. 6:30 - 7:30 - Happy Hour 7:30 - 8:30 - Glen Denny Presentation 8:30 - 9:00 - Book Signing
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Join us on Tuesday May 2nd for the Golden swing of the Glen Denny Front Range Tour. Journey through the history of early climbing in Yosemite National Park. Happy hour is from 6:30-7:30, and his presentation and book signing will be from 7:30-9:00.

American Mountaineering Museum shared The American Alpine Club's event.
We are excited to announce the 2017 Excellence in Climbing inductees: Sean Patrick, David Morton and Melissa Arnot Reid, Sean and Timmy O'Neill, and Doug Walker. These inductees are recognized as climbers who have inspired a legacy for future climbers, positively impacted the environment, advanced science and medicine, all while achieving incredible exploits in climbing.
What: An evening of climbing, community, and celebration! The Excellence in Climbing Awards will include a cocktail reception, silent and live auctions, entertainment, food, awards, and an after party with live 80's music courtesy of @[124017793018:274:The Goonies]. Why: Proceeds benefit the @[123324141044052:274:American Alpine Club Library] and @[110659965674835:274:American Mountaineering Museum], to help them preserve climbing history. Get Psyched: The highlight of the evening will be inducting the 2017 Hall of Mountaineering Excellence (HoME) awardees. These deserving climbers have achieved greatness in the mountains and returned home to give back to their communities. We're also honoring the 2017 Cutting Edge Award winners. Tickets: Climb17.gesture.com More Info: americanalpineclub.org/excellence
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American Mountaineering Museum shared their event.
Celebrate the "Golden Age" of Climbing in Yosemite with Glen Denny on May 2nd at the American Mountaineering Museum. Denny will be sharing his memories documented in his new book, Valley Walls. From his first 50-foot whipper to his many ascents and everything in between, you don't want to miss out on his first-hand account of life in Camp 4.
Come hear the history of Yosemite climbing come to life on Tuesday, May 2nd when we welcome Glen Denny to the American Mountaineering Museum as part of his Front Range Tour! A member of the famed Yosemite Camp 4 crew of the 1960's, Glen Denny climbed with legends such as Royal Robbins, Warren Harding, Chuck Pratt, and Layton Kor. Glen will be reading excerpts from his new book Valley Walls, a collection of memiors that documents one of the most famous eras in Climbing history. 6:30 - 7:30 - Happy Hour 7:30 - 8:30 - Glen Denny Presentation 8:30 - 9:00 - Book Signing
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Throwback Thursday to the first summit of Longs Peak in 1868. This photo shows the first ascent of Longs Peak in 1868, featuring John Wesley Powell and party via the south side route. Delve further into history with our friends at the American Alpine Club Library.