Tag Archives: Expert Guides

This year Rocky Mountain National Park is celebrating its 100th year with special events throughout the summer season. It’s a great year to visit and get a dose of history along with fresh air and exercise. Learn about the people … Continue reading
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If you have the great fortune of living in Colorado and you like to spend time outdoors, you have probably been passed up on the trail, zoomed past on the slopes, and outdone even when you feel like you are … Continue reading
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A few days ago, I was able to step out from behind the computer screen as CWRAG’s social media/blogging guru and actually do the thing that was the reason I took this job: Get outside. I was fortunate enough to … Continue reading
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Company mergers can be a tense time for employees. Job uncertainty, management shake-ups and impending moves add to the stress of the normal workflow. Some people would say it is the worst time to have workers take part in a … Continue reading
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If the sales of backcountry gear are any indication, than the number of people heading off trails and out of bounds has grown exponentially in the past few years. There’s no way to know just how many people are venturing … Continue reading
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An ex-racecar driver. A lady who once owned two rattlesnakes. A former pole climber (utility poles, that is) who know keeps bees. And a woman who was terrified of fish. This was the group we recently took on a team … Continue reading
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September is breeding season for elk, known as “rut,” from the Latin meaning “roar.” If you’ve ever been around a male elk in the fall, you’ll know why. As the bull (male) elks descend to lower elevations to mate, they … Continue reading
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10 things you probably didn’t know about Pikes Peak: 1.) — The mountain is one of two 14ers in Colorado where the summit is reachable by vehicle. 2.) The road leading to the summit, named Pikes Peak Highway, was not fully paved until Oct. 1, 2011. Continue reading
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A study published last week in Current Biology found that camping can help reset your internal clock to its natural state. Researchers from the University of Colorado took a group of study participants camping in Colorado, with no electronic light … Continue reading
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Patagonia: the region whose magnificent glaciers, rugged mountain peaks and crystal-clear waters inspired the name of one of the biggest outdoor clothing and gear companies. Originally a destination for backpackers desiring the remotest of destinations, the region’s wealth of fishing … Continue reading
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