While there are many reasons to love living in Colorado, the changing of the seasons is one of my favorites. And for many, autumn is the best of all. If you enjoy the splendor, that is fall in Colorado, then camping and hiking are two of the best ways to experience it.Read More
Most visitors to Spruce Mountain Open Space will make a bee-line to top of Spruce Mountain, and that’s highly recommended, but don’t overlook Eagle Pass Trail. Eagle Pass Trail is an easy, relaxing hike; with stellar views of Eagle Mountain and great option if you’re in the mood for a less crowded alternative.Read More
Hiking Lovell Gulch Trail is a quick way to disconnect from the hectic pace of everyday-life. Quickly transport yourself deep into a peaceful forest, surrounded by lush meadows, and dense Aspen groves. There are some challenging sections, so come prepared to put in a little work.Read More
Platte River Trail is located in Pike National Forest near the town of Lake George, CO. While this section of the South Platte River has been a longtime favorite for angler’s, the hiking trail that skirts the river is a great way to see the South Platte up and close...even if you're not fishing.Read More
Pikes Peak draws huge amounts of tourism into Colorado Springs—and for good reason. The Peak dominates the skyline, and has been providing a beacon to westward-bound travelers long before Zebulon Pike.
If you’re looking for another vantage point to take in all the Pikes Peak grandeur, and you want to do it while on a hike, then head up to Woodland Park for a trek around Rampart Reservoir.Read More