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  • Published On: August 5th, 2019

    Intro The Lower Colorado River, below Austin, is a wide slow moving section of the river with little to no rapids at all. This part of the Colorado makes for a nice gentle paddle that is easily done by canoe or kayak. What Makes It Great There are several sandy islands that make for good […]

  • Published On: August 4th, 2019

    Intro North Boulder’s network of biking trails are rather tame in the summer but once they hold a little snow, they become ideal for a fat bike tour. Boulder Valley Ranch is a fine starting point, since it offers riders the option of doing a few quick laps around the Sage Trail or linking together […]

  • Published On: August 4th, 2019

    Intro This locally owned retail shop has been serving outdoor enthusiasts in the Boulder area since 1973. Offering the best gear, apparel, and expertise with all things mountaineering, skiing, climbing, backpacking, and hiking, Neptune Mountaineering has become a true staple for the outdoor community in Boulder. The knowledge and experience they offer their customers is […]

  • Published On: August 4th, 2019

    Intro Walker Ranch’s 7.8 mile loop has written tales of great valor and ignoble defeat for many mountain bikers. Because the loop rides differently in each direction, it’s almost like you’re getting two completely different experiences. Do you start clockwise and begin with a quick series of tricky climbs followed by sharp switchbacks into the […]

  • Published On: August 1st, 2019

    Intro 6,843 ft. Mount Sanitas is a modest bump compared to Boulder’s iconic Flatirons, yet it is one of the city’s most beloved destinations. Located about a mile from downtown Boulder, the easy access, fantastic views and challenging trails make it the perfect place for a lunchtime run or a moonlight hike. What Makes It […]