Colorado coal mining sits at a crossroads. Skyrocketing demand and potential environmental regulations may force coal insiders to make difficult decisions about the industry’s future—and the fate of the 2,200 Coloradans who venture deep into the earth to mine the black gold.
South Pearl Street, the hip epicenter of the Platt Park neighborhood, has long housed some of Denver’s finest eateries and boutiques. But this beloved stretch of real estate has recently undergone a renaissance, with several new restaurants and shops opening in the past year—and more to come. Here, we present you with a few of the new additions.
Fifty-four peaks. More than 140 routes. And hundreds of thousands of feet in elevation. With all of this lofty real estate in our backyard, it’s no surprise that clawing our way up the sides of 14,000-foot mountains has become a rite of passage for Colorado residents. But how does a rookie peak bagger choose which summit to reach for? We present the ultimate beginner’s guide to climbing Colorado’s famous fourteeners.
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