Join the Boulder Heights Hiking Club to Discover and Access the Best Trails in Our Area!
The Boulder Heights Hiking Club supports hiking enthusiasts in the Boulder Heights, Carriage Hills and Sunshine Saddle neighborhoods.
Members get exclusive access to the 240 acres of trails in Camp Paul Hummel, as well as information on other great hiking trails in our area.
About Camp Paul Hummel
Camp Paul Hummel is a private property owned by Next Step Christian Church and Frontier Church - Carbon Valley. Its 240 acres sport amazing views of Boulder and the front range with miles of lush hiking trails.
Great Local Trails
Don't miss out on any of the great local trails our area offers. There is nothing more convenient than stepping out your front door and enjoying a trail that is part of our community. In addition to Camp Paul Hummel trails, there are lots of great trails in the Sunshine Saddle area. Note that you must be a club member to access the trail map & info.
Get the Latest
A key benefit of your club and this website is the ability to get the latest news on CPH and all club activities. Just come to this Home Page and scroll down for News and Notices.
Latest Club News and Notices
Club Forestry Day a Success!
On June 11, 2022, over twenty members gathered at the camp to volunteer their time to improving the camp and its trails. Three crews worked in the morning and afternoon to 1. Complete "cutting in" the new Blue Trail segment near the horse paddocks at the north end of the camp, 2. Chip yards and yards of slash waste from previous and new trail work, and 3. Cut in a brand new trail segment at the eastern end of the camp from the entrance at Sky Trail to the old Nurse Trail that leads to the "Green Trail" at the southern end of the camp. Thanks to everyone who donated their time and efforts to making our first volunteer day a success!
2022 Camp Dates and Closures Announced
The following camp dates have been announced for Summer 2022. During these times, no BHHC members will be allowed to hike the camp trails: June 19-24 and July 10-17. Note that the June date is just a week past our forestry day - so our trail work will be important in readying the camp for hikers that week!