A Weekend Guide to Estes Park This Fall

Summer may be the prime time to drive up to the mountain town of Estes Park but it’s not ideal to battle the thousands of other people coming for the tranquility and beauty the mountains represent. Tourists tod...

A Guide to Colorado’s Long Trails

Long-distance trails have become a fad in recent years thanks to books like Bill Bryson’s A Walk in the Woods and Cheryl Strayed’s book-turned-movie Wild. There is no way to really know how many hikers are on t...

13 Fourteeners for Beginners

So you’re ready to attempt your first fourteener. You’ve gone through the checklist of essentials to take: water, layers, snacks, a light. You know the tips for climbing that up you’re chances of success. You’r...

How to Survive Your First Fourteener

Climbing a fourteener — a mountain over 14,000 feet — has landed a spot on many bucket lists and Colorado has over 50 to choose from. Adventure seekers come to the Rocky Mountains every year in the hopes of cro...

Where to go Dispersed Camping in Colorado

It’s the time of year when the snow melts and the weather warms up in the mountains. It’s summer and it is the best time to spend a night or two underneath the stars in the great outdoors. Of course established...

The Essential Bike Route of Denver’s Parks

June is the month to break out your bike in celebration of Colorado Bike Month. Denver has an extensive system of trails and bike lanes that encourage locals to get outside. One event this month that encourages...