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Gilded Trails

Fall in Colorado’s wilderness—a brilliant display of varied yellow and hues—is best viewed from the trail. Get outside this autumn with one (or more!) of 15 hikes, from the Front to Vail to Ouray—all of which will put you in middle of the splendor.

5280

September 2014

Features

Cool Comfort

Fall’s looks have it all: dramatic textures, bold patterns, and a nature-inspired color palette. Step into the best of the season. 

Mile High Money

From salaries to spending diaries, we take a voyeuristic look at how Coloradans earn, save, and spend their dough. Plus: We explore whether (or not) Denver is truly affordable.

The Rising

Nine people died in the flooding between September 11 and 17, 2013, one of the worst natural disasters in Colorado history. For the people who lived on a sliver of U.S. 34 a dozen miles west of Loveland, the floods were nothing short of catastrophic. These are their stories.

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From the Editor

Downtime

A letter from the editor of our September 2014 issue. 

Front Range

Movin’ Up

Colorado’s superwealthy find a new way to sell their high-end homes.

Playin’ with the Girls

Two tomboys leave the men—and their own assumptions—behind on an all-women outing. 

The Fast Track

The Front Range gains its first Olympic-size velodrome. 

Flooded with Love

After community support and effort, much of Boulder County that was damaged in last year’s floods has been restored. 

Unsinkable Dreams

A Q&A with the star of ”The Unsinkable Molly Brown.”

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Straight Shooters

Navy veterans run a gun range with a purpose: responsible ownership.

Drink Up

A local company's eco-friendly water bottle makes a global impact.

Mountain Made

Colorado fashion designers can now produce clothes locally, thanks to a growing manufacturing business. 

Man on the Move

Fashionable activewear isn’t just for women anymore.

Paddle Happy

Meet Denver Table Tennis Alliance founder and instructor Angelo Gandullia.

The Guide to Cherry Creek North

Widespread construction hasn’t stopped new shops from opening in posh Cherry Creek; here are five worth battling the roadwork to visit. 

High Art

Breck's cultural overhaul shows off the mountain town's creative side. 

Pedaling A Revolution

Humanitarian Shannon Galpin adds “author” to her already impressive resumé.

Eat and Drink

Upper Cut

Where to find collar—one of the hottest dishes in town.

How To: Make Tomato Jam

Summer tomato surplus? Kathy Lee of Modern Gingham Preserves has a perfect solution.

High Country

A mountainlike experience that’s close to home.

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Playing Dirty

The foul-weather sport of cyclocross is the fastest-growing bike-racing discipline in the Centennial State—despite Colorado’s fair-weather fans.  

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Beyond The Blue Bear

Denver’s public art collection grows by up to 10 pieces each year. Here’s your guide to a few of our favorites. PLUS: what to do nearby to extend your city tour.

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