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Please browse our web site to see other activities you might like. We're a non profit with no paid staff, so we depend on volunteers to keep our club going. We would welcome your help!
We are turning 100 and we are throwing a party! Join us for a family-friendly event on July 16, 2023 at the North Carolina Arboretum.
Visit the Centennial Celebration Website for Details
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It's time to get outside! Get some fresh air and get to know like-minded friends who cherish
the beauty of our mountain region.
You have the power to keep our mountains safe for future generations.
What better gift can one give?
What is more fun than working together to save our treasures, getting some good laughs, and
even catching a mud ball or two!
CMC trail maintainers improving the AT by building in some needed steps. Photo by Jim Magura
Maintainers taking a break after a busy day of restoration of the Hogback Creek Shelter. Adding in some custom benches around the fire.
Judy, Sharon and Sue taking a break on the trail and enjoying the view in the Black Balsam Area. This Photo taken by Jim Magura was on the inner loop off of rt 215 accessed by the Flat Laurel Creek trail.
A late winter view of Mt Hardy on the lower loop off of Flat Laurel Creek.
Winter view on the trail! Photo by Tom Butler
Rain closing in at the end of the day. Photo by Tom Butler
Andrews Bald - September 28, 2022, Photo by Tom Butler
Little Bradley Falls in the CMC 100 Waterfall Challenge. Photo by Judy Magura
Bradley Falls near Saluda, one of the 100 Favorite Waterfalls in the CMC Waterfall Challenge. Photo by Judy Magura
A cool morning at Lake Denise, photo by Tom Butler
Paris Mountain February 2023, photo by Tom Butler.