Fire damage and COVID-19 will make snagging backcountry camping permits at RMNP even more difficult this year. Luckily, Colorado is filled with world-class backpacking destinations. Here are some of our paperwork-friendly favorites.
A Colorado Avalanche Information Center study from late last year found that an increased percentage of avalanche accidents involve experienced skiers and riders. What does that mean for this season’s deadly slides?
For 44 years, Aspen has been home to the world’s only nonprofit gay ski week. While the popular event is hosting virtual celebrations this year, the organizers are hoping community support will help them get to their 45th anniversary in 2022.
Is cabin fever creeping in with the cooler temperatures? Abundant snow, hundreds of miles of groomed trails, jaw-dropping scenery, warm, western South Dakota hospitality and a weekend getaway are the perfect solution to break those winter blues and safely roam.
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The organization, which launched in 2020 in response to the Black Lives Matter movement, has partnered with SBT GRVL to provide 25 race entries for cyclists of color in this year’s popular gravel race.
What can a fatal backcountry skiing accident on Jones Pass, on the west side of the Continental Divide, teach us about Colorado’s snowcat outfitters? And can these quintessential Centennial State adventures ever truly be safe?