Avoiding the crowds along the front range in Colorado to do some honest mountain biking is everyone’s MO nowadays. We scoured the front range and found some legit trails ranging from easy to difficult, from chunky to smooth, and everything in between. If you explore any of these trails, tag us on Instagram. We’d love to hear how it went. Red Mountain Open Space powered by Singletracks.com Distance: 12.1 miles Difficulty: Beginner/Intermediate Elevation Gain: 1,403 feet Elevation Drop: 1,401 feet Average Grade: 4% Notes: It’s in a pretty remote location, so bring everything you’ll need with you (water, snacks, etc.)....
Kayakers get to escape noises, dust, smoke, and congestion of cities. Whether kayakers are sending it off tall waterfalls, exploring banks of rivers, or watching wildlife from a distance, there is no shortage of adventures while paddling.
Climbing a fourteener in Colorado is a very popular outdoor activity to do for both locals and tourists. With 58 mountain peaks above 14,000 feet, ranging from “easy” to challenging, there is no shortage of hikes. Here is our list of ten 14ers for beginners in the Colorado mountains:
Dispersed camping (also called wild camping, boondocking, or dry camping) is not about luxurious amenities. It is about beautiful natural places and camping in an area that is not a designated campground.
The best hikes near Denver are the ones without crowds and require a bit of skill. We’re talking about the hikes that end with our legs completely exhausted, our CamelBaks emptied, and our stomachs growling for a well-deserved meal.
If you want to get out in nature like we do and Mom’s able to, we brainstormed a list of outdoor adventures that are guaranteed to create lasting memories. Here is a list of outdoor activity ideas you can do with Mom while staying six feet away.
Hiking, whether on trails or in the backcountry, is a challenging yet gratifying activity and requires a certain amount of fitness to not only enjoy yourself but to make it to the top of the peak.
Whether you’re in quarantine or you don’t have access to a gym, building and maintaining strength for biking can be done at home with little to no equipment.
How I found myself between a rock and a hard place in one of the most remote and inclement areas on the planet — riding through Afghanistan’s Wakhan Corridor. Following only horse trails, we looped 250 kilometres.