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Best Trails In Colorado
Colorado is home to some of the nation’s most breathtaking views. With hundreds of peaks over 11,000 feet, millions of acres of forest, and wildlife at every turn, the Colorado backcountry is truly an adventurer’s paradise.READ MORE
Top Adventure Sports Towns In The West
These sports towns are home of adventure athletes who trail run before work, mountain bike singletrack at lunch, and hit the climbing gym before dinner. Here’s where and how to join the fun.Read More
Best Alpine Scrambles In Colorado
Reach non-technical mountain summits while exploring low angle rock, traveling through talus and scree, crossing streams, navigating dense forest growth, and walking on snow-covered slopes.READ MORE
Getting Squamished: A Primer!
From backcountry skiing, mountain biking, rocking climbing, and trail running, to wind surfing along the waters of the sound, Squamish is full of adventure around every turn.READ MORE
Global Rescue pioneered worldwide field rescue for their members in remote or dangerous environments. Their deployable teams are standing by to rescue members from the point of illness or injury for any serious medical emergency.READ MORE
Dare to Explore
To me, overlanding is road tripping to the max. Its about exploration, rather than overcoming obstacles. My goal is to see and learn about our world, outlandish ideas about adventure become real possibilities. Epic journeys with life on the move, rough roads, and amazing landscapes.READ MORE
If you’re a fan of ridgelines, rock climbing, navigating your way through peculiar routes, and enjoying the mesmerizing sights of Glacier Gorge, then McHenrys Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park is perfect for you.
Mills Lake via Glacier Gorge Trail is a moderate 4.9 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located in Rocky Mountain National Park near Estes Park, Colorado that features a lake and awesome mountain views.
The Indian Peaks has a TON of awesome scrambling. If you’re looking for an iconic mountain with substantial scrambling, an airplane wreck on its slopes, and incredible views, Navajo Peak is what you want.