It doesn’t take much for Coloradans to go into a complete and total fall frenzy. The daytime temps dip below 80, coffee shops add pumpkin spice to the menu, someone posts an Instagram photo of a single yellow leaf, and BAM… it’s on. Cue the onslaught of cars heading steadily
Fall is in the air, Boulderites. The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting cooler, and swaths of autumn color are popping up in town and on the trails. In places like Indian Peaks and Rocky Mountain National Park, the aspen trees have already begun to turn gold. In
Boulder has no shortage of hikes featuring incredible destinations, geological curiosities, and breathtaking views. From sweeping summits to rambling rivers, our local trails can take you to some pretty spectacular spots. But few trailside attractions are quite as exhilarating as a glacier. Colorado is home to 14 named glaciers and
Watching the sunset is one of life’s simple pleasures. It forces us to slow down, be in the moment, and connect with something greater than ourselves. Here in Boulder, we’re fortunate to have some of the most beautiful sunsets on the planet. When you combine mountain vistas and fast-moving weather,
The City of Boulder boasts five beautiful peaks. Each one offers unique challenges and gorgeous scenery. From the diminutive but tough Mount Sanitas (6,863 feet) to the towering, windswept summit of South Boulder Peak (8,549 feet), our hometown range has something for everyone. Bear Peak is Boulder’s second tallest mountain
If you’re new to Boulder or just new to hiking, you might be wondering what a 14er is and why there’s so much buzz about them. Simply put, a 14er is any peak with a summit above 14,000 feet. In order to be officially ranked, the peak must also rise
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