The Tale of The Colorado Trail

By Zoie Jordan – “Remember that guy, Peanut Butter? He was cute…” Peanut Butter was just one of the many nicknames bestowed onto fellow hikers and comrades that Kristi, Sheri and Kirsten met along the Colorado Trail from Silverton to Durango. The three amigas are avid adventurists who have known each other for years through […]

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How to Spend a Summer Weekend in Boulder

by Zoie Jordan – Day 1: Friday Start the day off at The Buff for a fresh, hearty breakfast and specialty morning cocktail. Or check out another Boulder breakfast favorite: Snooze A.M. Eatery. Get there early to get your name on the list – these local breakfast joints are very popular on weekends but well […]

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TINCUP Whiskey Launches Outdoor Social Media Contest

by Alec Stutson – Colorado-based whiskey TINCUP has launched its Backcountry Adventure Campaign, inviting whiskey fans and outdoor explorers to share their mountain adventures for a chance to win “a truly once in a lifetime backcountry adventure,” including food, lodging and gear to explore the rugged mountains alongside renowned mountaineers! TINCUP was founded in 2014 […]

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How to Do Denver in 3 Days: Summer Edition

By Becca Gibson Day 1: Breakfast at The Universal Start the morning with a delicious breakfast at The Universal.  The menu has a variety of classic breakfasts, comfort food and healthier options.  Even the pickiest of eaters will find something to enjoy here!  Hike the Trading Post Trail at Red Rocks Amphitheater Enjoy beautiful scenery […]

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Bloom Where You’re Planted

Denver’s Prettiest Public Gardens By Monica Parpal-Stockbridge Summer in Denver brings no shortage of fun activities. From 5k foot races to music festivals to craft brewery patio sessions, this time of year is a great time to visit Denver if you enjoy being outdoors. One of the nicest ways to enjoy a summer day is […]

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10 Wildflowers to Look For on Your Next Hike

by Candace and Alec Stutson One of the prettiest aspects of hiking in the Rockies is the abundance and variety of wildflowers that can be found around the trails. We’ve compiled a list of wildflowers to look out for on your next mountain adventure, ranked from most common to the crown-jewel of wildflower spotting!   […]

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Sopris Splash Zone Now Open

By Zoie Jordan After months of anticipation, Glenwood Hot Springs Resort debuted their new family-friendly, water-centric aquatic park – Sopris Splash Zone – at the west end of Glenwood Hot Springs Pool this summer. The water park features three distinct “splash zones:” Shoshone Chutes, Hanging Lake, and Grand Fountain, each thoughtfully named after Colorado’s beautiful […]

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Jas Aspen Snowmass Review

By Marian Tuin – “I sing something, you sing something and we all end up friends at the end of the night,” Sting aptly declared to a capacity crowd on Sunday, Sept. 1 at the 2019 Jas Aspen Snowmass Labor Day experience. That statement is absolutely the way the experience could be defined. Friends singing […]

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A Day Out In Denver

by Ellen Gray – Denver, Colorado is a bustling city with plenty to do! Check out these attractions and activities as a way to explore what Denver has to offer! DownTown Aquarium Delve into an underwater adventure at the DownTown Denver Aquarium. Equipped with many educational exhibits, this aquarium also has an underwater dining experience. […]

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Home of the Beer: Denver’s craft breweries

by Melanie Locke – If you’ve ever set foot in Denver you may have noticed the many bars and breweries that appear everywhere you look. Denverites are fond of all things beer — which explains the staggering number of breweries based out of Denver. With more than fifty craft breweries in the city, there’s never […]

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