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SUPPORT CFIEvery donation counts!

Donations from individual Fourteener enthusiasts play a critical role in CFI’s field successes. Gifts match restricted grants, while funding expenses many foundations and corporations will not cover, such as feeding field crews and transporting crews and supplies to remote trailheads.

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UPDATESWhat we've been doing

  • Making Progress on El Diente  – July 31, 2015

    Hi everyone! Good to be back on El Diente. This season we have opened the new trail we built last year and closing the old trail! … Read More >>

  • A Learning Experience  – July 27, 2015

    aBecca and I with our beautiful truck on Mt. Princeton Howdy Folks! My name is Robin Zeller and I am one of two Outdoor Leadership … Read More >>

  • A Day in the Life on Holy Cross  – July 22, 2015

    Up on Holy Cross our field work varies week to week, Our tasks bounce around from rock work and other trail maintenance to patrolling campsites.  Sometimes we hike to … Read More >>

  • The Work that Will Last a Century  – July 20, 2015

    For the past few years I have been doing trail work deep in the wildernesses of Idaho and Montana. The majority of my work has … Read More >>

Seasonal Trail Positions

The seasonal crew of 2012. Check out their blogs (http://www.14ers.org/blog/) to get a first-hand account of what it’s like working on Colorado’s Fourteeners.

Seasonal Job Openings

Colorado Fourteeners Initiative is no longer accepting applications for the 2013 season. Luckily, we already have some projects lined up for next summer. If still interested in a seasonal position with CFI, please check back next winter for 2014 job postings.