—Photography by Aaron Colussi
Rejoice, all ye beer drinkers, for thy cups overfloweth! Nearly 30 breweries have opened in Denver since February 2013, the last time we comprehensively covered the Mile High City beer scene. Here, we highlight 10 of our favorites—and take a look at local beer trends, seven beer-cations, and the...
—Illustration by Alison Seiffer
I dropped rocks into the drawstring pouch, cinched it tight, and clipped it to a carabiner. Then, with the grace of a gorilla, I tossed it high toward the tree limb, willing the weight of the sack to guide the attached rope over the top of the branch.
I missed. The bag made it 20 feet into the...
—Photos courtesy of the Rochester Hotel (right) and Yvonne Lasmett (left)
With so many amazing resort towns in Colorado, it’s easy to overlook the smaller, less glamorous hamlets that dot the Centennial State. Which is a shame because these enclaves offer outstanding outdoor recreation, quaint main streets, unique lodging, mom-and-pop restaurants, and genuine doses of...
In this screenshot from a video posted Tuesday on the Durango Herald website, Gov. John Hickenlooper is seen drinking a bottle of water taken from the Animas River (and purified with iodine tablets).
The head of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says that he sees no danger to people using the Animas River, a little more than a week after an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) accident sent three million gallons of mining wastewater into the river, turning the water a...
August 13 2015, 11:12 AM
— Courtesy of Beaver Sports Shop
You’ve probably seen videos of Kamikaze-like mountain bikers soaring over jumps and cliffs. While entertaining, these videos rarely explain how a mere mortal progresses to that level of gnarliness without fracturing his or her skull.
Progression is the focus of Winter Park’s mountain bike trail...
July 16 2015, 9:00 AM
Where: Bikes are a big part of mountain town life in winter or summer. Senior editor Natasha Gardner snapped this shot of a rusted two-wheeler in downtown Durango.
June 15 2015, 8:30 AM
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MARK YOUR CALENDARS
March 7 | Mineral Belt Mayhem
The first of the Leadville Winter Mountain Bike Race Series spring races, the Mineral Belt Mayhem tackles 11 high-elevation miles—at night.
(Check out five other rides to start training for now)
March 13 to 29 | Aspen Snowmass...
March 6 2015, 10:00 AM
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MARK YOUR CALENDARS
Nov. 1 Winter on the Mountain Opens, Glenwood Springs
Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park introduces a winter tubing hill, light displays, and two warming yurts (complete with cocoa and cider, of course) this month. You’ll also find music, light shows, s’mores roasting...
October 27 2014, 12:30 PM