• CMC Leadville Programs
  • Leadville Rock Climbing Courses, Fall 2017

    Colorado Mountain College Leadville Rock Climbing Courses Offered Fall 2017 Colorado Mountain College is offering several Leadville rock climbing courses this fall; Sport Climbing, Top Rope Climbing, and Rock Climbing Leadership. Though designed to fit into the Outdoor Recreation Leadership curriculum, these outdoor oriented courses are open to the public, as well as all CMC […]

  • College News
  • NRM Field Technicians Work on Local Erosion Projects

    Natural Resource Management Field Technicians Manage Erosion Project for Summer Internship Leadville is known for many things; incredible access to recreation, rich mining history, and if you’re familiar with natural resource management — the NRM Timberline Field Institute. Sure, it may not be as world renowned as the Leadville Race Series or as popular as Leadville mining was in […]

  • College News
  • 2017-2018 Faculty and Staff of the Year

    Congratulations to Kelli McCall, Andrew Riggs, and Christine Whittington for being awarded Faculty & Staff of the Year at Colorado Mountain College Leadville. Thank you for your outstanding service to our students, Colorado Mountain College, and the Leadville community. Full-time Faculty of the Year Kelli McCall, Discipline Coordinator and Associate Professor of Developmental Education, received the […]

  • College News
  • Summer Leadville Running Club

    With longer days and plenty of afternoon sunshine, we’re eager to stretch our legs and explore local trails! The CMC Leadville Running Club is excited to welcome community members to the summer trail running series. Students, locals, visitors… anyone who shares our love for trail running are invited. Join the Leadville Running Club on Monday afternoons for […]

  • Avalanche science
  • Local Avalanche Experts and CMC Instructors

    Starting in fall 2017, Colorado Mountain College Leadville will introduce an immersive program on snow and avalanche safety. The Avalanche Science program, based at the 10,200-foot Leadville campus and taught by respected experts, is a long-term preparatory program for those aspiring to or currently working in and around avalanche terrain. The program, developed through a […]

  • Leadville Community
  • Leadville Energy Champion Award

    Physical Plant Recognized for Leadville Energy Conservation Efforts Each year the Cloud City Conservation Center a local environmental non-profit, recognizes individuals and organizations who are making a difference in the Leadville community. This year, David Negrete, Physical Plant Manager at Colorado Mountain College Leadville, was presented with the “Energy Champion Award” – for his efforts […]