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Hut Trip Photo- Jason Bushey

Hut trip aficionado Joy Martin shares tips and tricks of the trade that will have you comfy, cozy and rocking’ out in style. Story by Joy Martin, photos by Jason Bushey So you have a good planner in your group and nailed the hut-trip lottery. Congratulations. The approach to an idyllic backcountry hut can…(Read More)

Cold weather runs

Just because there’s a chill in the air doesn’t mean the miles have to stop. Here are a few of our beloved picks for the best cool weather garments to keep you running through the leaves. Story and photos by Brandon Mathis Salomon Agile Warm Glove For such a packable and light weight…(Read More)

Catching the best of fall in Southwest Colorado Autumn is perhaps the most breathtaking season of them all, especially in the southern Rocky Mountains. Here are five ways to experience the fall colors, from the comfort of the car to the thrill on the trail. 1. Take a drive, on-road. The Million Dollar Highway…(Read More)

Map reading for mountain climbing.

Any trip into the backcountry starts with a plan, especially climbing a 14er, whether it’s where to park, how to get there, what the weather will be like. But it’s fair to say that for an extended hike into a remote area, even more care should be taken. Here is how we do…(Read More)

Full Suspension Trail Bike

A full suspension mountain bike glossary of terms: To many mountain bikers, full suspension is full of questions. It’s unfortunate to just forget about it and go, but the reality is that many riders are missing out on the advantages of the suspension they paid for when they bought their bicycles. For answers, we…(Read More)

Trail running is as rewarding as it is challenging. You get to workout and run amok at the same time. We chased down accomplished trail runner Joey Schrichte on his home trails of Durango, Colorado, to see how he tackles the ups and downs of tough terrain, and has fun doing it. “Trail running isn…(Read More)