Winter is a wild and wonderful season in Boulder, starting as early as October and ending as late as May. During the months in between, we’ll experience every kind of weather imaginable. From whiteout snow and negative temps to bluebird skies and balmy breezes, Boulder winters are a cornucopia of
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
Flagstaff Mountain is Boulder’s 4th highest peak at 7,283 feet and its summit offers incredible views of the Continental Divide, the Boulder range, and the plains. It’s also a fantastic spot for wildlife watching. Deer, wild turkey, raptors, bears, bobcats, and even mountain lions are regularly spotted here. Rocky outcrops
Damn, it’s good to be a peak bagging Boulderite. You don’t even need to leave town to get your summit fix. To the west, and still within city limits, Boulder is flanked by a mountain range consisting of five main peaks. From north to south and lowest to highest, they
How do you condense the best restaurants in Boulder into one concise dining guide? Well it isn’t easy and we know we’ve missed a few. Why? Because Boulder has some of the most diverse and well established restaurants in Colorado. From pizza to Mexican fare (along with great rooftop dining)
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