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The air outside is finally tinged with the crisp feel of fall, and there is possibly no better place to celebrate than in the Centennial State, where the alpine views and fall colors are almost as attractive as the sparkly taste of a freshly tapped craft brew on your lips.
September 17 2015, 9:30 AM
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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
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July 11 and 12 The RIDE Festival
Telluride’s Town Park welcomes bands such as Widespread Panic, Gov’t Mule, Moon Taxi, and North Mississippi Allstars to this popular music festival, now in its fourth year.
July 13 to 19 Crested Butte Wildflower Festival
Photography, garden tours,...
July 8 2015, 10:00 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
Eggs Benedict—toasted English muffins topped with poached eggs, Canadian bacon, and hollandaise—is possibly the most classic of American brunch dishes. There are hundreds of variations, many of which stake their reputation on alleviating even the worst of hangovers. What few people know, however,...
April 16 2015, 10:30 AM
–Image courtesy of Tasha and David Scholze
As the sun climbs higher in the sky, it’s time to start ramping up mileage on your running schedule. Whether you’re training for a mountain run or dreaming of finishing your first marathon, signing up for one (or all!) of these events will keep you moving throughout mud season.
March 4 2015, 10:00 AM
Anyone who’s ever experienced the horrors of I-70—be it ski-, accident-, or weather-related traffic jams (or if you happened to be driving up two weekends ago, all three)—knows to try and avoid the highway at all costs. When a drive that should only be an hour and a half turns into eight long ones...
March 3 2015, 4:31 PM