First, let's get this straight: My husband and I are not horse people.
My husband, Kevin, is allergic and I've always had a fear of the giant, beautiful, four-legged creatures. So needless to say, I was surprised to find us both charging, horseback, up a steep snowy trail at C Lazy U...
February 12 2015, 1:30 PM
With temperatures hitting record highs across the Front Range, it's hard to imagine that colder weather exists elsewhere in the state. But tucked away 10,000 feet up in the Rocky Mountains is a winter wonderland. Emerald Lake, in Rocky Mountain National Park, currently has about 40 inches of snow....
February 12 2015, 11:00 AM
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Yes, Colorado’s ski vacations are the stuff that Texans dream about. But a weekend getaway to the High Country doesn’t have to involve gravity-defying feats on skis. Here, some other options for your next trip up I-70.
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Why: Be at the center of things, quite literally,...
January 13 2015, 11:30 AM
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1. STAY WARM: TOUR THE DENVER ART MUSEUM FOR FREE
Why you should go: Last month, during a particularly cold week, we scouted the best places to stay warm while logging miles on an odometer. The Denver Art Museum won top honors, even with an entrance fee. On December 6, that fee is waived. Get...
December 3 2014, 2:00 PM
Where: While snowshoeing Squaw Mountain for an Outdoors story, digital editor Natasha Gardner took this picture and caught her breath from the unrelenting uphill climb.
March 3 2014, 8:30 AM
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February 14 Valentine’s Dinner and Full Moon Snowshoe in Vail Valley
Fuel up for your two-hour hike through Cordillera on the Camino Del Norte Trail with a three-course dinner at the resort’s Mirador restaurant ($70). Or, skip the supper and go for a snowshoe ($20) to save your...
February 11 2014, 6:24 PM
In our November issue, we profiled the quintessential Colorado escape: a backcountry hut trip. Read our guide to eight different huts around the state here. You'll discover that part of the reason these excursions are so beloved is the beauty and isolation of the locations. Click through for...
December 5 2013, 1:00 PM
There’s a lot you need to know before setting off on a backcountry adventure, and we couldn’t fit it all into November’s “Out of Bounds” story, which delves into the backcountry hut experience. Some tips from our writers: Always, always make an early start for hike-in hut trips. Even when...
November 1 2013, 2:20 PM