(Joint session with WGNE-37)

8-10 November 2022 - Boulder, CO, USA


To download the draft agenda, click here.


There will be an option for remote participation by WGNE members and invited guests. Connection details will be shared by email closer to the meeting.


The meeting will be held at UCAR’s Center Green, 3085 Center Green Drive, Boulder, CO.

Arriving from Denver International Airport

Denver International Airport (DIA) is 45 miles from Boulder.

Public Transportation
The AB bus (westbound to NCAR) is the least expensive option (US$10.50). It leaves the airport every half hour (see schedule) and stops throughout Boulder. Travel to Boulder Downtown Station is about 1hr (traffic dependent). RTD’s website will also help you plan your travel by bus to destinations throughout the Boulder region (including Longmont, Louisville, Lafayette, Superior, etc.) and to Denver International Airport. RTD Trip Planner.

There are two shuttle services from DIA. Eight Black and Supeshuttle. Major credit cards are accepted. It is highly recommended that you make a reservation.

Shared ride
Another option is also Lyft and Uber from the airport to Boulder. Approximate cost: US$80 – 100. Travel time: about 40 mins


With the help with our hosts at NCAR, we now have a special rate at the Residence Inn Boulder for 183 USD per night. 

The hotel is just across the road from Center Green. Special rates are available for check-in on Monday, 7th November and check-out on Friday, 11th November. To book this special rate, use the link below. Deadline: Sunday 16th October.

Book your group rate for UCAR WGNE-37 and WGCM-25

Moving around Boulder

The City of Boulder’s website is a good source for biking at all levels, and has e-scooters and e-bikes to borrow for a fee around town: https://bouldercolorado.gov/services/shared-e-scooters-and-e-bikes

The Weather

Coloradans like to say, “if you’re tired of the weather, wait 20 minutes.” The weather can change without notice and it is good to be prepared. Dress in layers and have rain gear in your backpack when hiking. Summer can bring very hot and dry weather with afternoon or evening showers. It is usually cool at night and sweaters can be necessary when hiking, especially at a higher elevation. In addition, thunderstorms are common in the summer as well. Boulder is 5,430 feet (1,655 meters) above sea level. At this elevation, it is important to stay hydrated and wear sunscreen and sunglasses. If you are coming from a lower elevation, it is likely that you will notice the effect of the altitude. Some people experience headaches, dizziness, shortness of breath, nausea, and general fatigue. It is advised to drink plenty of water, especially in the week leading up to arrival.