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Thursday, August 4,2011

Classic Boulder

Five ways to spend your day in city open space

By Paul Magnanti
For many, the best part of living in Boulder is the Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) system, which features peaks over 8,000 feet, abounds with wildflowers in the spring, and has trails that range the spectrum from easy strolls to challenging jaunts that can take most of the day to complete. The Open Space system is a reason why many Boulderites still call the People’s Republic home.
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Thursday, July 21,2011

Five more essentials

Add these inexpensive items to your outdoor adventure list

By Paul Magnanti
“The Ten Essentials” is a classic list put together in the 1930s that has had many variations over the years but continues to be the standard for any backcountry excursion: a map, a compass, sun protection, extra clothing, rain gear, headlamp, a first aid kit, a lighter and a fire starter, a knife and extra food. Here are five more.
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Thursday, July 14,2011

Our public path

By Paul Magnanti
In Colorado, we are fortunate to have many opportunities for outdoor recreation. Riding along a twisty singletrack trail, hiking to a ridgeline stretching for miles or camping near an alpine lake nestled high in the mountains - these are all options for the Colorado outdoor enthusiast.
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Thursday, June 30,2011

The path to enlightenment

By Paul Magnanti
Heavier, bulky gear is being eschewed in favor of lighter, sleeker gear. The bomber gear that can withstand anything Mother Nature throws at it is being looked at as overkill for mountains that don't have 'Everest' in their name.
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