Adventure

Mountaineering mathematics

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I will wager Sir Isaac Newton wasn’t a climber, but mountaineers do share bonds with the great mathematician and physicist. For instance, he discovered...

King Felix

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A lifetime love of baseball, from Pittsburgh to Puerto Rico

Engineering gear reviews

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A recent partnership between CU, Western Colorado University and Blister takes outdoor gear testing to a technical new level

Burrowing bodies

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With a click, all color vanishes. Darkness rushes in, swallowing everything whole, my eyelids and surroundings no longer different but blended with the inky-black...

When ‘plus-size’ is average, why consider it niche?

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The first time Raquel Vélez went skiing, she wore a hoodie and sweatpants under a rain jacket and rain pants, not for fashion’s sake,...

The long way up

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I’m out the door by 1 a.m., heading north from South Boulder. I dodge drunk CU students just coming in for the night as...

Hometown Hero: Nell Rojas

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One morning in March, low clouds hung heavy over the springy rubber track behind Boulder’s Manhattan Middle School of Arts. It was a perfect...

Breaking the cycle

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Crank Farm is a new auction platform for used performance bikes, solving a frustrating problem for the cycling community

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...

Return to Neptune

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Neptune Mountaineering’s Thursday Night Events return, with Tommy Caldwell, ‘Cuddle’ and the debut of new cult climbing shoes.

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

What goes up

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