Winter hiking is not for everyone, but Mayflower Gulch is a great place to start.
Remember, fall colors peak earlier here due to colder temperatures at higher elevations, so plan ahead!
If you enjoy lake hikes, make sure you put Maroon and Crater lakes on your “to-do” list.
This article will highlight three important tips to hiking in Colorado.
Careful selection and questioning of new hiking partners will afford you the time and resources to make important (and potentially critical) decisions on a hike easier.
Thick crust combo pizza and a pint of Fat Tire might satisfy, but what if you’re wanting to impress…and be impressed?
The Colorado mountains are breathtaking from the road, but are truly experienced when foot meets the trail and the pine fresh air fills the lungs.
This photo-rich guidebook has over 500 trail descriptions for al fresco explorers looking to enjoy the Colorado wilderness in any or all seasons by foot, bike, ski or snowshoe.
Everyone knows the importance of exercise. Walking is a great and easy way to get your exercise.
Breckenridge has so many beautiful places to hike. When you’re ready for something new, consider Crystal Lakes.