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sport climbing ropes, carabiners, and qucikdraws

Tie in and learn what sport climbing is all about Rock climbing is among the freest and purest forms of athleticism that our primate selves can pursue. Sport climbing, or climbing for fun, is typically short single-pitch climbs in an area of concentrated surrounding routes. It pertains to an initial climber following that route…(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)

stand up paddle boarding

Stand up paddle boarding – SUP – has been around for centuries or longer, but it’s recently become one of the largest and fastest-growing outdoor activities in the U.S. In 2014 alone, Americans went out more than 13 million times for a paddle, according to the American Canoe Organization. So what is it? Think…(Read More)

Mountain biking is a full body activity. While your legs are pushing and pulling those pedals, your core and upper body are holding everything in place, and that is a major key to climbing hills. By following these five steps, your bike and body will become one tackling any climb. So get ready to crank…(Read More)

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