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Ride or die

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Adventure

It takes all of us

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This past summer, a 90-year-old Korean War Veteran cycled around Chatfield State Park with his entire family, while a young boy with a visual...

A long way up

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The air is thin at the 13,000-foot base of the Dunn-Westbay Direct route, a 5.14b grade climb on Longs Peak, Colorado’s northernmost 14,000-foot peak....

Shredding grass

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It finally happened: the first snow of the season in Boulder. Though little more than a dusting, the late-October snow heralded the beginning of...

Pain and powder

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After a grueling campaign that killed or wounded thousands of its members, the 10th Mountain Division of World War II marked Germany’s surrender to...

Bridging the Divide

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Halfway through the Continental Divide Trail, having traveled over 1,500 miles through the plains of New Mexico and the rugged mountains of Colorado, tired,...

A change in trajectory

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"I should write a song called 'Crying in my Goggles,'" Ryan Waters remembers muttering aloud as he and fellow Polar adventurer Eric Larsen prepared...

The Catamounts presents a wild mashup in musical ‘Small Ball’

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Here’s an itch you probably never thought you’d scratch: a mashup between Gulliver’s Travels and professional basketball. This fall, The Catamounts presents the regional debut...

‘Earthraging’

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Before dawn on Aug. 20, a custom-made double-barrel shotgun fired into the air at the starting line of the Leadville 100, sending more than...

Sandy trails and sacred mystery

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A glimpse into the history of Penitente Canyon

What goes up

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A year after falling and breaking her back, pro climber Molly Mitchell returns to climbing

The language of stoke

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TGR’s latest mountain bike film ‘Esperanto’ features a Littleton local becoming a freeride idol for the next generation of riders

Sleeping giant no more

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Around age 8, Conor Hall started doing primitive skills courses with his siblings near their home in Crestone, “kind of tucked under the towering...