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...
For Fit Drinkers
Keystone Oktoberfest, September 5
You’ll want breathable lederhosen for Keystone’s 5K Das Bier Burner road run. The prize: a pint of German-inspired ale placed in your sweaty palms when you cross the finish line.
OktoberWest in Steamboat Springs,...
If E3 Chophouse, a Steamboat steakhouse, served sawdust, it would still be popular. The Adirondack chairs and umbrella-shaded tables scattered throughout its flower gardens sit right alongside the Yampa River, so the water’s babble (and all-natural air conditioning) provides idyllic ambience....
July 3 2015, 10:30 AM
Three hundred feet above a flag-flying crowd, 20-year-old ski jumper Ben Berend leans back on a metal bar awaiting a green light. The announcer chatters, cowbells clank, and the crowd cheers as Berend flies down a ramp and soars through the air—but as he hurtles down Steamboat...
July 1 2015, 4:00 PM
—Courtesy of BookTrails
The countdown to weeks filled with carefree days has expired. For most Colorado children, summer is here. But, as kids reach for swimsuits and sandboxes, learning is often pushed aside. To keep them on track, Steamboat Springs-based BookTrails is bringing together much-desired summer...
June 19 2015, 12:30 PM
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MARK YOUR CALENDARS
Debuting this month… Steamboat Zip Line Tours
Steamboat Springs gets its first zipline on Rabbit Ears Pass. Debuting this month, the two- to three-hour adventure provides zipliners with views of the Yampa Valley and Flattop Mountains.
June 4 to 7 | GoPro...
June 4 2015, 9:31 AM
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Keystone has several things going for it during summer months: Without traffic, the town is just over an hour’s drive from Denver; it’s reachable by Loveland Pass (which affords spectacular views from the Continental Divide); and it’s far more low-key than many of Colorado’s star-studded—and...
April 24 2015, 11:19 AM
Stand-up paddleboarding on the Slate River near Crested Butte.
—Photo courtesy of Irwin Guides
The quintessential Colorado postcard shows snow-covered slopes and rosy-cheeked skiers sipping hot cocoa. Winter, after all, is king in the Centennial State. But here’s a surprising statistic: According to the Colorado Tourism Office, 4.8 million tourists visited the state during the months of...
April 17 2015, 11:17 AM