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by Kaitlyn Kinshella

In Colorado, when ski towns start to get busier in the winter months, many avid skiers will head to the backcountry in order to fill their powder needs. Anyone who has experienced a quiet tour around Buffalo Pass or Rabbit Ears Pass knows that there is nothing better than skiing

by Kaitlyn Kinshella

If you live or ski in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, chances are that this year you have had the following conversation with someone:

“Wow! We are getting amazing snow so far this year.”

“I know! It is so much better than last year.”

“Yeah, that’s because it is supposed to be an

Although he’s lived in Steamboat Springs for more than 20 years, the beauty of the place continues to stop David Wittlinger in his tracks. On a recent drive back home over Rabbit Ears Pass, he pulled over to marvel at the sea of the changing aspens’ lime greens, yellows, and golds. He and his

The color cascade in the Colorado mountains surpass any fall foliage you might find in New England. Because of Colorado’s varying altitudes, you can extend your leaf peeping trips for several weekends, working your way from high to low mountains and enjoying a full month of glorying in nature’s

In the Rocky Mountains, the golf balls go farther and the vistas are prettier. Only in Colorado do golfers need to specify if their “Eagle” means attaining the ultimate two under par or the equally rare national bird is circling the course overhead. Planning your golf getaway in the mountains

Many people know Steamboat Springs as a charming Colorado mountain town dating back to the Old West, but it’s recently become a hotspot for another variety of saddle riders. While Steamboat’s first settlers traveled by horseback, town leaders and citizens have emphasized the joys of two-wheel

Maybe you’ve been skiing or snowboarding in Colorado. You’ve enjoyed powder days and sunny bluebird days on the slopes. But have you ever experienced a Colorado mountain resort in the summer? The temperatures are warmer and the days are longer, and with so much to see and do for the entire family,

In case you thought “flat top” was just a military style haircut, think bigger and higher—like 235,214 acres bigger and 10,000 feet higher. The Flat Tops Wilderness Area is among Colorado’s top three largest wilderness reserves—a landscape rich with every imaginable type of Rocky Mountain terrain,

The sun is out. The temperature hit 80 degrees. You’ve rented your tube from a local outfitter and are ready to go. What’s next?

For every Rocky Mountain denizen, summer tubing season is the moment everyone has been waiting for since the snow started melting. Floating the rivers is any Coloradan’s