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When the world goes quiet: A highliner’s journey across Durango landmarks Highliner Sean Englund prepares to cross a 500-foot gap between Twin Buttes outside Durango, Colorado. Photo by Weston Brock. By Weston Brock Great highliners have vision. In their world, geography takes on a whole new potential. They’re always looking for the…(Read More)

In the high-alpine of the Southwest Colorado, Peak Mountain Guides is on a mission to emulate the iconic hut-to-hut routes of the European Alps. Keith Garvey, co-owner of Peak Mountain Guides in Ouray, Colorado, is one of only 150 people in the U.S. with the international-level certification IFMGA (International…(Read More)

They don’t call Telluride the most Colorado place on Earth for nothing. There’s plenty to do on and off the slopes in this charming and rustic San Juan Mountains town. The San Juan Mountains provide the backdrop for Telluride, Colorado, also known as “the most Colorado place on Earth.” Photo courtesy of The…(Read More)

Purgatory Snowcat Adventures

Quirky and out of the way, this town oozes adventure and winters are on fire About 20,000 people call Durango home. The city maintains a small town charm along with steady growth.  For those looking for adventure, it’s often right out the back door or a short drive away. Photo by Natalie…(Read More)

Time this right and you’ll the be the only ones for miles Sunrise over Tsé Biiʼ Ndzisgaii, Navajo for valley of the rocks. Most people know it as Monument Valley.  Photo by Brandon Mathis. By Brandon Mathis Winter rocks but sometimes a little desert solitaire is good for the soul. These days, it’s…(Read More)

Xander Bianchi of the Ouray Ice Park takes us into a scientific poetic world of water and ice in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains. Karsten Delap navigates through a delicate curtain, striking a graceful balance between frozen water, gravity and infatuation. Eureka, Colorado. Photo by Xander Bianchi. By Xander Bianchi Where to begin? At 32…(Read More)

Dunton Hot Springs

One more gift from the mountains: soothing, natural hot springs. We put together a list of the most celebrated hot springs across the Southwest to bring you these magic mountain waters. 1. HEALING WATERS, PAGOSA SPRINGS, COLORADO In a place known for its geothermal activity, these all-natural and undiluted mineral springs are the oldest…(Read More)

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