Adventure

Conserving Colorado’s climbing

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Sitting high above Estes Park on top of Prospect Mountain are the Thumb and Needle Spires, two prominent landmarks of Colorado climbing...

The human factor

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In 2005, Michelle Vanek disappeared while hiking Mount of the Holy Cross, her first attempt to summit one of Colorado’s infamous...

Point taken

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It’s typically windy in Rocky Mountain National Park. On this January Friday, however, it’s relatively calm and warm. With temperatures eking into...

A game of patience

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When Tyler Kempney and Wes Fowler set out for Longs Peak in October 2018, they weren’t sure what they might find....

Outside the boxes

As it does for most high schoolers today, Jocelyn’s world came at her in a rush. The early morning alarm gave...

A big re-route for the road cycling world

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The problem is not that people don’t want to ride their bikes. In fact, these are boom times for the cycling industry.

Out your front door

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Feeling the dirt under our feet and breathing in fresh air away from traffic while taking in mountain views is a...

A six-legged team

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The day the stay-at-home policies were announced in Boulder, Michael Stone was at Whole Foods. He had his new 2-year-old yellow...

Curb your turns

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You know things have gotten serious when Eric Henderson tells you not to ski. And he’s not alone.

Death Hollow, Utah

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On March 26, bestselling indie-author Scott Stillman’s second book, Nature’s Silent Message — a collection of introspective essays...

Stayin’ alive

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My thighs burn hotter than red coals, muscle fibers straining, screaming. I have to release. I fall. Face-first like a tripped kid...

Quicksand and barbaric yawps

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On a ridge overlooking the Escalante River, nine people — seven teenagers, two adults — huddled together screaming, “I am human!” into...