—Photo courtesy of Chris Danielson
Boulder’s 31-year-old Angie Payne, a former bouldering national champion and the first woman in the world to climb a V13—the Automator in Rocky Mountain National Park—shares some advice about competing.
"I wish I had not focused so much on winning in the beginning and focused more...
—Photo by Eddie Fowke
For nine of the past 10 years, only one woman—former Boulderite Alex Puccio—has stood atop USA Climbing’s national bouldering championship podium. Then, in February, a fellow Coloradan unseated the nine-time champ: Colorado Springs’ Megan Mascarenas. It wasn’t the first time the diminutive climber...
New Belgium's tasting room
—Photo courtesy of New Belgium Brewing Company
New Belgium Brewing Company’s renovation of its headquarters gives us five more reasons to love the 25-year-old beer maker. Beginning this month, New Belgium Brewing Company employees will have to try a little harder to get their workouts in. The completion of the revered Fort Collins brewery’s $7....
—Photo courtesy of Frank Anello
1,578: The number of refugees who arrived in Colorado during the 12 months ending April 27, 2016. On June 18, Project Worthmore—an Aurora nonprofit that provides English classes, a dental clinic, and other services to refugees—will host its inaugural Dignity Challenge at Great Lawn Park...
In November, the Mile High City will elect a new district attorney for the first time in 12 years (incumbent Mitch Morrissey is term-limited). Since the Democratic primary is on June 28 and three of the four candidates registered at press time are Democrats—the other is unaffiliated—now seems like...
The WallGarden. —Photo courtesy of George Morris
As Denver continues to grow, many residents find themselves in smaller and smaller abodes, without a lawn or even so much as a window box in which to grow a few fresh veggies. The newly released WallGarden sprouted up for just these kinds of situations. Developed by Denver startup Ēdn, the...
The High Line Canal in Cherry Hills Village
—Photo courtesy of High Line Canal Conservancy
The High Line Canal trail is primed for a makeover, and the hikers, bikers, and urban adventurers who use the path will help determine its new look through a series of public meetings over the next few months. Here are a few areas the High Line Canal Conservancy believes warrant special...
—Illustration by Christopher Nielsen
When it was built more than a century ago, the High Line Canal, which winds from Waterton Canyon to Green Valley Ranch, helped irrigate over 20,000 acres of farmland. Today it serves a mere 30 customers—at least officially. Unofficially, it hosts about half a million outdoor enthusiasts who...