SubscribeCurrent Magazine Cover

Articles By Nicholas Hunt: Page 2

Two men tackling a rugby player

Aspen’s Ruggerfest Returns For Its 55th Year This Weekend

Catch the storied Gentlemen of Aspen as they attempt their third tourney victory in a row. And maybe down a pint or two with the team afterward.

The 5280 Gravel Biking Field Manual

From the trails to the gear to the style, here’s everything you need to know to try out cycling’s hottest trend.

Mudslides Decimate Cheesman Canyon, One of Colorado’s Most Beloved Fly-Fishing Spots

The storms on Monday, July 31, created massive mudslides that destroyed an access trail and turned the South Platte River into chocolate milk-colored sludge.

How One Denver Co-Op Is Using the Blockchain to Change How We Work

A new law and novel technologies have converged to make Colorado the state of choice for high-tech co-ops.

4 New Hot Spots Invigorating Denver’s Antique Row

Your guide to the bars, parks, and shops injecting fresh life into a storied stretch of South Broadway.

Your Back-to-Summer Shopping List to Keep Colorado Kids Entertained Over the Break

From a 3D, STEM-focused model-building kit to an inspirational coloring book, these local products will keep your tykes entertained and engaged during the coming dog days.

5 Electric Scooter Rules Denverites Still Love to Ignore

Five years after shared electric scooters arrived in Denver, we break down the rules that local riders still, erm, struggle with.

Can You Access Colorado’s Corner-Locked Public Lands?

Depends on who you ask.

What Casa Bonita’s Job Postings Tell Us About the Revamped Eatery

We scoured the iconic Lakewood restaurant’s job postings for clues to what we can expect from its long-awaited reopening this month.

Snowmobile tracks through the woods at night.

Notorious Colorado Instagram Influencer Arrested for Assault

David Lesh, known for his provocative social media posts, allegedly assaulted a snowmobiler at a Summit County trailhead this past March.

Are Colorado Colleges Ready for Artificial Intelligence?

ChatGPT is poised to change higher ed forever.

The Search for Solutions to Colorado’s Water Crisis

Nearly half a million homes in the Centennial State could be without water by 2050. Colorado River reservoir levels are in a free fall. And local farmers already don’t have the supplies they need. What happens next depends on what we do today.

Joel Warner, author of "The Curse of the Marquis de Sade"

Denver Author Joel Warner’s New Book Explores Depravity, Curses, and Ponzi Schemes

How one of literature’s most infamous novels inspired Joel Warner’s The Curse of the Marquis de Sade.

Travelers queue up at the south security checkpoint in Denver.

Why TSA Agents Hate Colorado Driver’s Licenses

A glitch with the Transportation Security Administration’s ID readers leaves many Coloradans wondering why their licenses won’t scan.

Decoding the Secret Language of Colorado Cattle Brands

How to read the West’s unofficial alphabet, from your Walking A’s to your Lazy Z’s.

A perspective shot from 6-Chair in Breckenridge. It's a blue-sky day and there's fresh powder beneath the two-seater.

What’s New At Colorado’s Ski Resorts This Season

New lifts and better snowmaking and bigger lodges—oh my!

The 2022 Colorado Gear Guide

The best locally made gear for wherever your Colorado adventures take you, from paddleboarding Lake Dillion to hiking the high alpine.

How to Take a Ski Photo That Will Turn Heads

Adventure photographer Liam Doran’s five tips for capturing an epic image on Colorado’s slopes.

What Will Denver Look Like in the Metaverse?

The sites that are sure to populate Denver’s version of the Metaverse.

The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Backcountry Skiing and Boarding

Want to leave the lifts—and the lift lines—behind? We spoke with Centennial State ski guides, avalanche safety educators, and other experts to get the down low on skiing the high country.

Sign Up For Our Newsletters

All things Colorado delivered straight to your inbox.

Sign Up