Adventure

Mountaineering mathematics

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I will wager Sir Isaac Newton wasn’t a climber, but mountaineers do share bonds with the great mathematician and physicist. For instance, he discovered...

Giù un dente!

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Before the last day of riding on the itinerary of legendary cyclist Andy Hampsten’s first tour with his company, Cinghiale, since the COVID-19 pandemic...

Out of a housing crisis, into vans

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In mountain communities throughout Colorado, people are adopting “van life” as a means of recreation, but also quite often it’s out of necessity. For...

The grizzly gear testers

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The grizzly towered over RovR’s Colorado 85 cooler: It’s humped back hunched, front paws placed squarely on the cooler’s lid, the beast pressed downwards...

A ‘gated community’ for the adventure inclined

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The first time Ty Seufer made an offer to William Koch (yes, that William Koch, of the famously wealthy Koch dynasty) for the 805-acre...

Why hasn’t anyone thought of this before? Take a hike and...

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The air on top of Peak One (12,805) on July 15 at 6:33 a.m. is clear, the temperatures are cool, and the breakfast? The...

Everest, equity, and inclusion

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Despite nearly a decade of experience, Eddie Taylor still gets mistaken for a novice rock climber—and it’s got nothing to do with his skill. “People...

Adventurers need accessibility—Colorado legislation aims to lay the groundwork to close...

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A house bill (HB 21-1318) passed during this year's legislative session allowing funding to create an Outdoor Equity Grant program. Once the application period...

The tip of the spear

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Boulder filmmakers chronicle the life of Marc-André Leclerc in ‘The Alpinist.’

Birds of Fire lives again

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The hike to Chiefs Head, the third-highest peak in Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP), is a haul by any account. Seven miles deep in...

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 history. The...

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 fourteeners. Only three...