What we're about
Adventure, Fun, Friendship. Since 1952 (65 years as of 1/23/2017!) the New Mexico Mountain Club ( https://www.nmmountainclub.org/ ) has been a trailblazer, creating outdoor adventures of all kinds. Our leaders are among the best in the state, offering a rich knowledge of seldom-seen destinations. We share a kinship of joyful respect for our environment and welcome all skill levels, novice to expert. Visit us at a bi-monthly meeting or contact us at email@example.com. We typically meet at 7:00 p.m. the third Wednesday of every-other month at Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 114 Carlisle Blvd SE, Albuquerque. Non-members are welcome to our General Meetings*. If technical climbing is your interest, more info can be found here ( https://www.nmmountainclub.org/climbing/ ). The Technical Climbers within the club have a separate Meetup site for activity coordination: Technical Climbing MeetUp ( https://www.meetup.com/nmmcclimbing/ ).
Joining the NMMC is now even easier! First, fill out the application and pay 2018 $10.00 annual dues - a one-step process on-line here ( https://www.nmmountainclub.org/membership/buy ), or with a signed membership form (https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-vVilWVdLFMLTRBUG9lSHEwYkk/view?usp=sharing) plus check/cash (mail form plus check or bring check/cash to a bi-monthly meeting). Second, click “Join Us” below. We will contact you after receiving your application and dues (have patience - this is a manual step even if you paid electronically). We look forward to meeting you soon!
Our non-Meetup website ( https://www.nmmountainclub.org/ ) provides additional information about us, but all of our events are scheduled through this Meetup site.
Come join us!
*The next General Meeting will be on June 20th, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. , where Bob Myers, a former science teacher and owner operator of the American International Rattlesnake Museum, will separate fact from fiction regarding this often misunderstood creature and ease your trepidation while treading as a guest in their environment. Learn about how to avoid this critter, what to do if you have an encounter with one, snake bites, conservation, and why they are important members to the ecosystem. Ophidiophobiacs beware; well behaved rattlesnakes will be present and at times out of their cages.