Table of contents 5280 Traveler 2014
Fifty-four peaks. More than 140 routes. And hundreds of thousands of feet in elevation. Here, the ultimate beginner’s guide to climbing Colorado’s famous fourteeners.
From backcountry huts and wintertime glamping to poolside lounging and hot spring soaking, we’ve found more than 20 places in Colorado (and beyond!) that you should visit this season.
From the Editor
A letter from the editor of 5280 Traveler 2014.
Why you should consider hopping a short flight to your next weekend getaway destination.
Grab a latte, choose a playlist, and head to Denver’s foothills—if only for the afternoon.
Ski Town Soups: the book that will have you reaching for a spoon.
Colorado’s Best—All tied up in a bow.
Hikers and bikers: Think you’ve exhausted the nearby open spaces? Think again.
Spend a weekend in the mountains—without draining your savings.
A new way to buy airfare.
A journey into Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park offers pristine wilderness and epic fly-fishing.
It may be known as a mountain biking mecca, but Moab has some of the best road cycling in the region.