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Travel And Outdoors in the April Issue

Here's what you've been missing if you haven't picked up the current issue of 5280 magazine.

50 Urban Adventures You Must Try | You don’t have to drive far into the mountains for outdoor thrills. Try these 50 bona fide (and really fun!) escapades without leaving the Front Range.

Colorado Broke My _____! | As part of our feature on pain, two Denver sports med docs break down the most common injuries from some of our favorite outdoor sports.

Regis Prescribes New Treatment For Its Ailing ‘Hood | The Denver university hopes to rebuild its community around healthy living.

Carbon Mission | One of the world’s most innovative bike builders takes his newest ride to the streets—and the masses.

Colorado Playgrounds Get Six-Figure Makeovers | Centennial State students and Great Outdoors Colorado team up to create perfect school playgrounds.

Eagle’s New Off-Road Sidewalks | One high-country dad turned his kids’ shortcuts to school into a lesson in trail-building.

Spring Training | Prepare for the season (softball, swimsuit, or whatever) by working out like the Rockies.

The Colorado Springs Woman Atop the Rock Climbing World | Last year, Jes Meiris nearly became the first woman to solo climb the Nose on El Capitan in under 24 hours. Will she return this summer—or is it more courageous not to?

Lace Up, Chow Down | Six running groups that dish out (mostly free) grub.

Follow senior editor Kasey Cordell on Twitter @KaseyCordell.

Kasey Cordell
Kasey Cordell
Kasey Cordell is the former Editorial Projects Director for 5280.

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Travel and Outdoors in the April Issue

You’ve got a few more days to pick up the April issue. Here’s what you’ve been missing.

Hidden Colorado | We uncover more than 60 supersecret restaurants, vistas, hikes, attractions, and quirky, only-in-Colorado experiences you probably don’t know about—but should.

Digital Detox | These eight Colorado retreats give you a good excuse to leave the iStuff at home for the weekend.

Taking Flight | There’s no need to migrate very far to reach six of Colorado’s top birding spots.

Hot Seats | You don’t have to empty your wallet to get the best view at Coors Field.

Global Alchemy | Bare bags are functional carryalls that are handmade in Colorado.

The Upslope | Headed to the Western Slope? Refuel in Grand Junction with Bin 707 Foodbar’s big-city eats.

Dog Paddle | Indoor swimming pools are making their way into doggie rehab centers.

Kasey Cordell
Kasey Cordell
Kasey Cordell is the former Editorial Projects Director for 5280.