Forest Bathing in Rocky Mountain National Park

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“That was the hardest thing I have ever done” I thought to myself as my exhausted body mustered every last bit of energy it had to walk into...

Planning a trip to Rocky Mountain National Park

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Rocky Mountain National Park – Time & Again! Go to Rocky Mountain National Park every weekend for the entire summer and still, you would not accomplish everything there...

Exploring Bishop's Castle

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9000 ft high in the San Isabel National Forest on highway 165. Nestled in the Rockies just southwest of Pueblo, CO, and a 3 hour drive from Denver...

Colorado’s Aquamarine Bliss - Hanging Lake

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It’s summer here in the Rockies! The lush green signs of new life are sprouting everywhere, and the snow is melting away from most of the trails around...

THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO RED ROCKS

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On my first trip to Red Rocks in 2009 we had no clue what we are doing. We stayed in a dinky hotel near Red Rocks and took...

Why Climb a Mountain? Tackling Colorado's 14ers

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Why Climb a Mountain? How a simple challenge became the month of a lifetime. Part One. By Joshua Mendrala This question came to me as I rested for water,...

How Hiking Saved Me From Anxiety and a Negative Mental Mindset

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Almost every person experiences anxiety or negative thoughts sometime in their life. Whether it's stress because of work, relationships, or just life in general, anxiety and stress can...

Wild & CO Travel: Adventures in Peru

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A Current Look into an Ancient Past – The Many Wonders of Peru As our 747 made the hard left bank and steep descent towards the landing strip...

Jeepin’ the San Juans

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Often referred to as “the Switzerland of America” and sitting at anywhere between 7,000-9,000 feet high, the mountain towns of southwestern Colorado definitely have the upper-hand on the...