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New Years with Head for the Hills in Keystone!

Wed. Dec. 31st it’s New Year’s Eve with Head for the Hills at Warren Station in Keystone. Called the “quintessential Colorado band”, Head for the Hills fuels the ballroom with their cutting edge strings and unique Indie-Bluegrass sound. Add a little hip-hop, funk and a rocking crowd; the Mountains have never sounded so good. Free …Read More

Eminence Ensemble 5th Annual Holiday Party – Keystone.

Eminence Ensemble 5th Annual Holiday Party Saturday, December 27th, 2014 – 7PM – Doors // 8PM – Show – Advanced Tickets: $10 per person Tickets on sale NOW! Eminence Ensemble will be celebrating its fifth year of rocking, holiday parties in the one and only Warren Station at Keystone.  With big mountain roots in Summit …Read More

Winter Wondergrass!

February 20 – 22nd it’s the return of Winter Wondergrass! Enjoy music brews & beautiful mtn. views. Sam Bush, Leftover Salmon, Infamous Stringdusters, Elephant Revival, Les Claypool’s Duo De Twang, Wood Brothers, Jeff Austin Band, Fruition, Paper Bird & way more! Nottingham Park – Avon. Tix: winter

Floatin’ On the Freshies!

Friday & Saturday Dec. 19th & 20th it’s the return of Keller & His Compadres to Warren Station in Keystone! This year’s “Compadres” are Andy Hall & Andy Falco (The Infamous Stringdusters) and Andy Thorn (Leftover Salmon) on FRIDAY. The WMD’S – Williams, Keith Moseley, Gibb Droll & Jeff Sipe will close out the two-night …Read More

Tips to hiking in Colorado (advanced)

Tips for the advanced and experienced hiker.

Snowshoeing in Breckenridge: Sallie Barber Mine & True Romance Mine

There are lots of historic trails in the Breckenridge area and the trek to the Sallie Barber Mine may be one of the easiest.

Winter Hikes: Mayflower Gulch (Summit County)

Winter hiking is not for everyone, but Mayflower Gulch is a great place to start.

The 5 best Colorado areas for fall foliage viewing

Top destinations in Colorado to see fall foliage.

Selecting a Hiking Partner

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.

“Colorado Adventure Guide” – A great gift for the outdoor enthusiast

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.

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