Kebler Pass may host the planet's largest living organism.
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As Pac-12 football archrivals University of Colorado and University of Utah prepare to compete on Saturday, November 28 in Salt Lake City, a less-publicized competition is also taking place between the two states. The result of this contest has even more at stake—the right to brag that the winner...
November 13 2015, 10:25 AM
Worth Home in Vail
—Photo courtesy of Ric Stovall
Slifer Designs, Edwards
The name Slifer has long been synonymous with sophisticated high-country style. And you can tap into the firm’s signature look courtesy of Slifer’s designers, who showcase their favorite finds—including elegant Henredon furniture, Visual Comfort statement lamps, and...
Custom birchwood veneer covers the dining room walls. A set of midcentury chairs (by Denmark’s Hans J. Wegner for Carl Hansen & Son) surround the custom zinc-topped table, while a Swedish wool flatweave rug by FJ Hakimian grounds the space.
—Photography by Ed Sarkozy
Above left: The entry’s antler chandelier provides just the right amount of mountain novelty—without overdoing the Western ski-house look—and contrasts nicely with the clean lines of the 19th-century Belgian Arts and Crafts table and 1940s sofa (by Kaare Klint for Rud Rasmussen).
—Photo courtesy of Hal Williams
On a bright and unseasonably warm March day, Auden Schendler, Aspen Skiing Company’s vice president of sustainability, and I trudge up the boot path to Highland Peak. Once we reach the 12,392-foot summit, we click into our bindings and ski down Highland Bowl, a 40-plus-degree pitch that drops 2,500...
Picture yourself fireside at Aspen's famed Hotel Jerome. —Courtesy of Hotel Jerome, an Auberge Resort
The quiet(er) moments between summer travel season and winter ski season are upon us. Translation: less traffic on I-70 and some killer lodging deals at Colorado resorts. Take advantage of the shoulder season with these epic discounts:
The Stanley Hotel, Estes Park
Through the end of...
October 21 2015, 10:35 AM
The Maroon Bells, considered Colorado's most-photographed mountains, have also been called "The Deadly Bells" due to their precariously soft mudstone. —Photo by Sarah Boyum
The breathtaking view of the Maroon Bells, the twin claret-colored peaks whose dramatic, snow-capped profiles are reflected in the glistening waters of a peaceful alpine lake, is widely considered Colorado’s most-photographed scene. And it's easy to see why.
Maroon and North Maroon peaks,...
October 9 2015, 12:45 PM
Why we love it: Moderate hiking, biking, and winter trails through thick stands of quaking aspen and lodgepole pines in a former ranch just off U.S. 285.
When to go: Now, for golden aspens; in winter, for cross-country skiing or snowshoeing; in late spring, to see the forest spring back to life...
September 22 2015, 12:05 PM