Glenwood Canyon bike path; Courtesy of Shutterstock
Let the good times roll with some of our favorite road rides across the state. As the last days of summer melt away, if you don’t find the time now, when will you?
Glenwood Canyon Recreation Trail
This popular paved trail follows the Colorado River through stunning Glenwood Canyon between...
August 6 2015, 2:40 PM
The family pool and Colorado River at Iron Mountain Hot Springs; photo by Mandy Gauldin / Iron Mountain Hot Springs
Colorado locals and visitors alike have long journeyed three hours west of Denver to soak and play in the warm waters of the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool. But now, Glenwood Springs’ most popular attraction is getting some friendly competition.
Iron Mountain Hot Springs, which opened in July...
August 4 2015, 2:30 PM
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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
To coincide with Gilded Trails, our guide to Colorado's fall colors, we've compiled a list (broken out by town) of where to eat after taking in the autumn splendor.
Aspen: You can go high or low in this iconic resort town. For low-key, order a tuna burger and the kale salad at CP...
September 17 2014, 10:30 AM
Too often, we coast through Glenwood Springs en route to Aspen or another far-flung locale without a second thought. But stop and spend a weekend there, and you’ll likely make it a regular getaway.
The Odometer: 157 miles, one-way
If You Do One Thing…: Hit the pool. Yes,...
August 27 2014, 1:00 PM
The Destination: Slope & Hatch
The Odometer: 157 miles from Denver
Glenwood Springs' iconic and massive pools—they contain more than one million gallons of water—have been the main attraction in this Western Slope town for, well, forever. However, as we outlined in Moveable...
August 1 2014, 11:30 AM
Michael Tavares, a member of Boardworks Surf, makes waves (or, more accurately, rides them) near Glenwood Springs. Not hindered by the tides, Tavares navigates on his custom river surf board made by Salida-based Badfish SUP. —Derek Kessinger
July 10 2014, 8:30 AM
The recent appearance of 70-degree weather and snow in the same week signals that Colorado’s shift from winter to spring has officially begun. For some, that means claiming final runs on the slope, while for others it means sneaking in rides and hikes on sunnier days (while quietly waxing their...
April 2 2014, 12:54 PM