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7 Things To Do In Crested Butte In October: Epic 1 Day Itinerary

Crested Butte may be a huge winter destination, but in my opinion, fall is the most breathtaking time to visit.  The fall colors may vary by year, but in general, October is when the leaves turn those beautiful golden colors.  Crested Butte has dozens of amazing adventures, here are 7 things to do in Crested …

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Things to Do in Telluride in October for Stunning Fall Colors

Telluride is seriously one of the most gorgeous towns on earth. Deep in the San Juan Mountains, pressed up against the towering Dallas Divide, Telluride is filled with truly endless trails, views, and adventures. What makes Telluride so special, even among mountain towns, is how condensed everything is. The town is squished in the middle …

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Getting Around Breckenridge: How To Use The Free Bus System

One of the best parts of living or visiting Breckenridge and surrounding Summit County is how easy and cheap it is to get around all the areas.  Summit County’s public bus services provides a FREE ride to all the ski resorts, hotels, town centers, shopping centers, hospitals, many residential areas, and, our favorite, trailheads in …

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Best Mountain Biking Trails in Breckenridge

Breckenridge isn’t just famous for its skiing.  With 800 miles of scenic mountain biking trails within the vicinity of Breckenridge, it’s one of the best mountain biking destinations in North America. With aspen trees, beautiful mountains, flowy downhills, and rocky traverses, there’s a route for everyone in Breck.  Read on to find out the top …

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Best Fall Hikes To Do Near Breckenridge

Are you looking to surround yourself with the beautiful yellows, oranges, and reds of fall?  Do trails winding through Aspen trees make you feel at one with nature?  Well then, head to Summit County.  These must-do fall hikes in Breckenridge, Frisco, Dillon, Keystone, Copper, and Silverthorne are sure to make your fall experience complete.

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Hiking 14er Grays Peak, South Ridge: The Less Crowded Ascent

Experience one of the most popular 14ers in Colorado, Grays peak, with half the crowds and twice the adventure. When hiked from the practically unknown South Ridge, you will come across only a handful of people. This side of the mountain takes you up through a much more lush and meadowy valley unlike the dry …

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Best Day Hikes from Bear Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park + Tips for Visiting

Like all the national parks in the U.S., Rocky Mountain has a wonderful diversity of trails for adventurers at all levels. Here’s a guide from easiest to hardest to help you decide which hike you should do depending on the amount you want to hike.

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How To Thru-Hike The Enchantments In One Day

This is one of our favorite hikes of all time and definitely belongs on the #goat list.  While I totally wish I had backpacked it so that I could’ve stared longingly for hours at the gorgeous deep blue, teal, and turquoise alpine lakes, getting a permit for backpacking this hike is nearly impossible (although every …

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Tips for Camping in Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is a magical place filled with colorful rock bottom lakes, sharp jagged mountain peaks waiting to be summited, a ton of wildlife, and of course, glaciers. While there are still a few glaciers to be viewed in Glacier National Park, you may be surprised by how hard it is to get to …

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5 Adventurous Things to do on the McKenzie River Trail, Oregon

  What makes the adventures on this McKenzie River truly incredible is the rich old-growth forest, the lava rocks that form along the river and trail, and most of all, the one of a kind, deep, vibrant blue of the McKenzie River that weaves and flows over cliffsides, creating spectacular waterfalls. There is so much …

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Colorado Road Trip Itinerary For Adventurers

Road tripping through Colorado is full of adventure.  The mountains, valleys, rivers, and lakes lend themselves to so many options from hiking and kayaking to rock climbing and biking, both on the road and in the mountains.  No Colorado adventure would be complete without spending some time camping in nature, which is why I’ve added …

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Oregon Road Trip Itinerary: 10 Destinations You Can’t Miss

This Oregon road trip itinerary will take you to moss-filled forests, sparkling rivers and lakes, rumbling waterfalls, wonderful farmer’s markets with locally grown food, picking wild blackberries and organic fruit from orchards, affordable and immaculately clean campgrounds, and massive walls of limestone rock. Add in the fact that almost everyone I’ve met on my travels through Oregon is super nice, it’s hard to go wrong if you choose Oregon for your next road trip.

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Outdoor Adventure Guide to San Diego

San Diego is “America’s Finest City” for a reason.  Between the quick access to the desert, mountains, and beaches, plus year-round 70-degree weather, this city has so many outdoor adventure possibilities.  San Diego is a big, widespread city with so much to do so it’s hard to decide what things are worth seeing or doing, especially …

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Guide to Surfing the California Coast

California. The birthplace of modern surf culture. All the stereotypes are true. People say “dude” too many times in a conversation with a heavy California accent. Lineups always have some guy who yells at you if you cut him off. Any good wave is crowded. Everyone spends a lot of money to wear brand name …

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