What we're about

Welcome to the Baby Boomers Social Club. Our main appeal is to Boomers (persons born between 1946 and 1964), but anyone who likes to have fun and wants to share an interest, sport, hobby or activity with others is invited to join. We don't promote personal business ventures, politics or religion, nor are we a dating service. So, whether you like to dance, dine, hike, or drink coffee, it's a great way for like-minded people to join the fun. Our events fill fast and typically aren't open to guests, so please ask your friends, spouses and significant others to join too! Hope to meet you at the next event!

P.S. Please be mindful of our No Show Policy for events where a reservation is made or there is a waiting list for an event. Read about it on the Discussions Tab.

Debbie and Robin
Co-Organizers

Upcoming events (5)

Downhill Skiing at Winter Park or Loveland

Wooly Mammoth Park-N-Ride

Downhill skiing anyone? Winter Park or Loveland depending on where members have passes. Neither area is currently requiring reservations. Rumor is that Winter Park may require car parking reservations. A fellow Baby Boomer, Gerri has volunteered to lead a group for downhill ski trips this season. We'll decide where to go a few days before, depending on interest, and post here. Where to Meet the Group: Depending on where we decide to go, we'll meet at Section CC on the west end of the Wooly Mammoth parking lot. 7:30am for Winter Park and 8am for Loveland. We'll caravan from Wooly Mammoth. Proposed Dates: November 30, December 14, January 11, January 25, and February 8. Depending on interest, a specific Meetup event will be posted a few days before the date to announce the exact location. Hope you'll join us!

Downhill Skiing at Winter Park

Wooly Mammoth Park-N-Ride

RSVP to attend this down hill ski event on November 30 to Winter Park. Read informative comments in this post... https://www.meetup.com/babyboomer-78/events/274602286/ Downhill skiing at Winter Park! Meet fellow Baby Boomer, Gerri at 7:30 am in Section CC on the west end of the Wooly Mammoth parking lot. Plan on caravanning from Wooly Mammoth. See you there! Important Note: This is a participate at your own risk event! Life is risky. I am not a professional guide. By signing up for this event you acknowledge that you are solely responsible for your own safety.

Hike Staunton Park - Dines Meadow to Mason Creek to Eagle Cliffs Overlook

Let’s go visit Staunton State Park! This is a CO State Park so there is a $9 day use fee or you can use your CO State Park Pass. State Park rules require wearing a mask in parking lots and on trail when social distancing of six feet can't be maintained. We'll hike an out and back for ~7 miles and 1500 feet of elevation gain. We'll hike from Dines Meadow Trail to Mason Creek Trail to the Eagle Cliffs Overlook. Trail includes walking creekside, through meadows and a variety of forests, maybe a little rock scrambling, some old buildings and great photo opportunities. Dog Free Hikes...Please leave your baby dogs at home for Baby Boomer hikes. Meet the group at the Meadow Lot. We'll head up the Dines Meadow Trail to the Mason Creek Trail. Well continue to the Eagle Cliffs Overlook and return the way we came. Direction to Staunton State: Drive US Highway 285 south to Shaffers Crossing, about 6 miles west of Conifer. Turn north on Elk Creek Road and follow the signs 1.5 miles to the park entrance. There is a $9 day use fee per car. Once inside the park, continue to the Meadow Lot. What to Bring: Check the weather at Staunton before you leave home. Be prepared for cold and wind. Bring microspikes for icy/snowy sections of the trail. Might throw the snowshoes in the car just in case. Bring a pack with snacks, food and water. See you there! Important Note: This is a participate at your own risk event! Life is risky. I am not a professional guide. By signing up for this hike you acknowledge that you are solely responsible for your own safety.

Second Hike Staunton Ranch to Marmot Passage to Scout Line and Return!

A second hike at Staunton State Park for the next 10 Boomers on the wait list. Look for Ed Robb at the Staunton Ranch Trailhead. Keep your RSVP accurate and show up at the correct trail! State Park rules require wearing a mask in parking lots and on trail when social distancing of six feet can't be maintained. This is a CO State Park so there is a $9 day use fee or you can use your CO State Park Pass. Dog Free Hikes...Please leave your baby dogs at home for Baby Boomer hikes. We'll hike a lollipop for ~6 miles and 900 feet of elevation gain from the Staunton Ranch Trail to Marmot Passage then Scout Line to Staunton Ranch. Park in the Meadow Lot and head to the Staunton Ranch Trailhead where you'll meet Ed Robb. Remember...Staunton Ranch Trailhead! Directions to Staunton State: Drive US Highway 285 south to Shaffers Crossing, about 6 miles west of Conifer. Turn north on Elk Creek Road and follow the signs 1.5 miles to the park entrance. There is a $9 day use fee per car. Once inside the park, continue to the Meadow Lot. What to Bring: Check the weather at Staunton before you leave home. Be prepared for cold and wind. Bring microspikes for icy/snowy sections of the trail. Good time of the year to have snowshoes in the car just in case. Bring a pack with snacks, food and water. See you there! Important Note: This is a participate at your own risk event! Life is risky. I am not a professional guide. By signing up for this hike you acknowledge that you are solely responsible for your own safety.

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Hike Rattlesnake Gulch Trail 🦃

Eldorado Canyon State Park

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