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Welcome to the British Columbia Mountaineering Club
Welcome to the B.C. Mountaineering Club

The BCMC is a group of like-minded individuals who participate in outdoor activities. The club was established in 1907 and in September 2019 reached a new milestone of 1,300+ active member accounts. The club organizes mountaineering, rock climbing and back country skiing trips throughout the year. The BCMC holds monthly socials, offers courses to members and represents the interests of mountaineers and back country skiers in British Columbia.

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News: June 18th, 2021 - BCMC COVID Guidelines

Watersprite Lake Hut, Mountain Lake Hut, North Creek Hut and Plummer Hut are now open and can be booked online
Normal Operations Resume for BCMC Trips up to a maximum of 50 Participants
Please follow all Provincial Health Guidelines
https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2021PREM0041-001155


BCMC VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION EVENT + Book signing by Stephen Hui - Tuesday, July 13, 6-9PM 

Location: John Henry Park [Trout Lake], by Lakewood Avenue and East 19th Avenue, Vancouver. 

Location: John Henry Park [Trout Lake], by Lakewood Avenue and East 19th Avenue, Vancouver. The author Stephen Hui will be onsite and signing his new book Destination Hikes In & Around South Western British Columbia. You can bring your book or buy it for a discounted price onsite.

When: July 13th, 6:00-9:00 PM

RSVP: by Thursday, July 8th; Sign up here

The BCMC Executive would like to invite you to a Volunteer Appreciation Event to say "THANK YOU' to the many people that made an amazing season of a variety of events possible! This Volunteer Appreciation Event is open to the many energeic volunteers who have contributed so much in organizing trips, courses, and providing much needed help with building/repairing our cabins and trails, to make the BCMC a great and successful club. If you have volunteered or are volunteering for the BCMC, please come and enjoy an evening of food and community. 

We will be providing sandwiches (individually wrapped). Bring your own non-alcoholic drinks and utensils. You are welcome to bring your own BBQ stove and cook your own food. There will be no food sharing.


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