This winter I had the chance to taste test and try some of Boulder-based TrailFork‘s dehydrated meal kits and I really enjoy them as a quick and hearty meal. The first thing that struck me first was TrailFork’s mission, summarized as: “to educate adventurers about their environmental impact, and we aim to make food that […]
We just got introduced to a great locally manufactured backpack from Boulder Pack Co. Its a great size, folds into a small pouch, has plenty of pockets in addition to the main one, room for two water bottles on the sides, and even comes with a carabiner to attach other accessories. Now we’ve owned our […]
We’ve been enjoying the (melted) snow this summer by taking our paddleboards out on the nearby pond. I have some big ratchet straps to store them up in the garage but they’re a bit much for simply throwing a board on the car roof and driving down the road… Recently Klik Belts offered to let […]
Here’s an attractive photo of snowmaking fan guns “ready to go” and prepped for testing in the coming weeks. Arapahoe Basin’s COO, Al Wenceroth, has posted the photo to his excellent blog noting “We will fire up the system as soon as conditions are favorable usually sometime between mid-September and early October. There is is […]
Here’s yet another beautiful design by the talented Stefan Bast. Who else is excited for Oktoberfest this year?
It’s getting to be that in-between time where there is plenty to do and celebrate in the mountains, but no snow to go along with it. Telluride Blues & Brews festival is one of the tentpoles of the early fall “pre season”. If you haven’t heard or been (we’d like to!), the festival is just […]
If you’re looking for great deals this fine summer (fall?) weekend, by all means, stick around and visit SKI REX and Powder Daze. But, if you’re looking for fun and adventure, why not visit some of your favorite resorts? All around Colorado there will be plenty of things to do, here’s a quick taste of […]
Gross Reservoir is a well-kept secret just 45 minutes outside of Denver. The east side, for day trips and picnics, is managed by Denver Water as its one of our water supply reservoirs filled with melted Colorado snow. The side to camp on is the west side and it’s managed by Roosevelt National Forest service […]