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All it takes is a few inches of snow beneath your long, skinny, fiberglass feet.
Bee is one of five rescue dogs that call the Telluride Ski Resort’s slopes home; dogs who play a unique and vital role in mountain rescue and safety education efforts in the Telluride community.
I’m glad to have these metal claws attached to my feet, as I belly up to a slick wall of ice in the Uncompahgre Gorge for my very first ice-climbing lesson.
It takes study, a cautious nature and years of experience to get even a partial handle on the steep terrain and famously weak snowpack here.
The Ouray Canyoning Rendezvous
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The Zen of Track Skiing From a Swedish Sensei
'Powder snow skiing is not fun. It is life, fully lived, life lived in a blaze of reality. What we experience in powder is the original human self, which lies deeply inside each of us, still undama...
The rules are a little inconspicuous, but I know enough not to complain, threaten to clean or remove the wet dog from the couch.
Avalanche Management: It's all in a day's work for the Telluride Ski Patrol.
Cycling is one of those sports like skiing and surfing. It’s just better done with locals. Locals know the side roads, the history and the ins and outs. Put simply, they know the way. Certainly it’...
The Grand Valley American viticultural area, one of Colorado’s two federally designated wine regions, the Grand Valley, extends from East Orchard Mesa west, toward the flanks of the Colorado Nation...