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
The popularity of Castlewood Canyon State Park has grown over the past several years. While the main part of the park (west side of Highway 83) gets most of the attention, the east side of the park remains less visited, and much more quiet.Read More
I know it looks like I've only been hanging out at the beach all summer long, but the truth is far from it.Read More
After spending a week in San Diego, it's easy to understand why so many people dream of the California coastline, and a sun-drenched lifestyle—for the record, Colorado has a ton of sunny days too.Read More
For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved maps. Globes, atlases, origami-nightmares (a.k.a. gas station maps). An unwavering attachment to our 3D world, re-imagined onto a 2D piece of paper.
With modern technology it seems almost impossible to get lost. I can open my phone and tell it where I want to go, or punch in an address on my car’s onboard navigation.
Before cell phones were in everyone's pockets, or what my daughter calls “the dark ages”, a map was your best friend. Printed out directions for getting from this place or that. Portable, organized, and perfect for weekend trip, or cross-country expedition. I still keep a Colorado Gazetteer in my truck...in case my GPS signal disappears, which never, ever happens.Read More