Table of contents 5280 Traveler 2016
Summer tourism to the high country’s most sought-after winter destinations is experiencing an unprecedented boom. If you haven’t made plans to head for the hills when the weather warms, you should do so right away. Here’s why.
A letter from the editor of the 2016 edition of 5280 Traveler.
Pikes Peak's long-forbidden South Slope reopens after a century of being off-limits.
Salida boasts a jungle gym of epic proportions.
Four mountain adventures and what to eat afterward to replenish the calories you burned.
Paradise 4 Paws provides peace of mind and convenience for pet owners traveling through DIA.
New hotels cater to a different kind of Mile High City visitor—the leisure tourist.
Colorado's newest tourism trend: Overnighting on the farm.
A 10-day arts festival presents another good excuse to visit Breckenridge in August.
Where to give the latest trend in winter sports a spin this season.
Tinker with digital toys without freezing your fingers off with this new wearable.
Skiing out-of-bounds has always terrified me—until I experienced Colorado's iconic (and potentially treacherous) Berthoud Pass.
This Northern New Mexico town and its surrounding area are packed full of clandestine delights—both old and new.