Youth climbing program will remain the same, but will see stronger administrative support under the Telluride Academy umbrella.
180 Wellness offers lessons in running with new Running Workshop in Telluride
The 38th annual IPR is slated for next Saturday, pitting 1200-plus runners against the daunting 17-mile Imogene Pass.
Perhaps Colo. Gov. Hickenlooper best summed up the allure of the U.S.A. Pro Cycling Challenge/Tour of Colorado: “Color, Pageantry and Drama.” But behind the theater is an audience so committed, it ...
Football team looks to overcome previous season.
Jesse James McTigue on the final leg of the US Pro Cycling Challenge
SRAM, makers of the new 2x10 MTB drivetrain, will be in Elks Park Sunday, Aug. 28 in conjunction with local Life Cycles bike shop. Local riders are encouraged to check out the new technology.
The US Pro Cycling Challenge makes its inaugural run over Colorado’s highest mountain passes this week – a report, and a primer.
This year's Mt. Sneffles Marathon drew 400-plus runners, including one, a Guinness Book of World Records-holder, running his 772nd marathon.
Eric Nepsky, who has long dreamed of studying with Chinese karate masters, is hosting a Meditation Summit in Telluride August 14-17.
Telluride Town Park swim lessons teach valuable life skills to local and visiting kids.
Montrose fair and rodeo parade set for Saturday afternoon.
How do you know when you're doing something nobody who isn't there could possibly be doing? When you're at the Lunar Cup.
As of July 10, 19 Montrose Marlins had qualified for states.
TELLURIDE – Ruth Homan of FitLife personal training conducts boot camp classes in Telluride Town Park, Tuesdays and Thursdays through July 28, 9-10 a.m. For more information about this or future cl...
Frenchmen Julien Chorier wins men’s division, Diana Finkel grabs her fourth straight Hardrock 100 victory.
With more free classes, world class instruction, and a new Marketplace, 2011 Telluride Yoga Festival shaping up to be the best yet, says Director Aubrey Hackman.
Whether you’re a downhiller or a converted ‘two-niner,’ there’s a bike, and a trail, for you.
Injuries, a tired bullpen and a struggling offense are keeping the Rox stuck in mediocrity.
Montrose Summer Open Swim Meet Friday, July 15