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Katie Coakley

Articles By Katie Coakley

Road Trip Restaurant: The Saloon at Ouray’s Western Hotel

Chef Nic Weber offers a tasting counter experience infused with heritage ingredients and techniques at Ouray’s newly renovated hotel.

Discover Your New Favorite Band at Beaver Creek’s Underground Sound

The Vilar Performing Arts Center levels up the luxury and its live music lineup for its 25th anniversary.

Mawa McQueen sits at a bench in front of a yellow wall at Mawita.

Aspen’s Mawa McQueen Is en Fuego—And She’s Only Getting Started

The proprietor of Aspen’s only Black-owned restaurants, Mawa McQueen is returning to her roots while continuing to grow her empire.

3 New Eagle County Restaurants to Try This Ski Season

After hitting the slopes in Vail or Beaver Creek, savor these hot spots in nearby Avon and Edwards.

Denver Beer Company

NFTs are the New, Cool Craft Beer Collectibles

As Denver craft beer companies explore the world of non-fungible tokens, here’s what you need to know.

Arapahoe Basin Snow Beach

The Best Snow Beaches at Colorado Ski Resorts

The slopeside experiences have become an essential part of spring skiing in the Centennial State. Here are our favorite spots to join in on the revelry.

Frescos Naturales. Photo courtesy of Frescos Naturales

Frescos Naturales Delivers Flavor, Culture via Canned Agua Fresca Drinks

Founder Juan Ignacio Stewart offers Coloradans a taste of his native Guatemala in his Boulder-born fruity, carbonated beverages.

Whiskey Blending Lab at Breckenridge Distillery

Breckenridge Distillery Proves That the Best Whiskey Maker Is…You

In Breck’s new Whiskey Blending Lab, guests get the chance to make—and take home—a bottle of their ideal whiskey.

A Local Company Is Helping Women Embrace the Backcountry

Wandering Women Co., which officially launched earlier this year, leads women-only backpacking trips throughout the Centennial State.

Tent and Sleeping Bag Maker Big Agnes Celebrates 20 Years in the Dirt

The Steamboat Springs outdoor company has spent the past two decades helping adventurers be more comfortable sleeping on the ground.

Fishing the Good Fight Casts a Line for Men’s Mental Health

The two-year-old local nonprofit uses fly fishing to help men struggling with depression and anxiety. And in the next few months, it’s expanding offerings to include weekend retreats and scholarships that subsidize therapy costs.

When and Where to Peep Colorado’s Leaves This Season

The unexpected winter weather may dampen our autumn colors this year, but if you’re willing to drive, there’s still plenty of leaf peeping (and adventuring) to be done.

Sunlight Mountain Resort Debuts A Craft Soda

Sunny Pop is a collaboration between the Roaring Fork Valley ski area and Tommyknocker Brewery.

Cohabit Pod Hotel

Colorado’s First Pod Hotel Is Coming to Avon

This new concept bridges the gap between hostels and traditional hotels with chic, minimalist style.

Why Showboat’s Drive By Pie In Granby Is A Road Trippers’ Dream

Sherry Kent’s pie shop serves apple, chocolate pecan, and green-chile-filled sweet creations from a drive-thru window.

5 of Colorado Ski Country’s Most Expensive Airbnbs

Got an extra $20,000 (a night)? These super luxe Airbnbs are waiting for you to get away.

Blendings in Fort Collins Lets You Play Vintner

Customize your own wine blend with varietals from wine regions across the U.S. at Blendings at the Preserve.

Ice Bumper Cars Are a Cool (Pun Intended) New Addition to Winter Fun

What’s more fun than slamming into family members and random folks with reckless abandon in a bumper car? When that bumper car is on ice.

First-Timer’s Guide: Minturn, Colorado

Celebrating its 115th anniversary this year, the charming town of Minturn is just begging to be explored. Nestled in the Vail Valley, it’s time to make this gem a destination.

Colorado’s Leaves Are Changing. Here’s When and Where to Peep Them

With prime fall foliage just around the corner, we’ve got all the details of when the colors will be popping, and where you can peep ’em (with fewer crowds).

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