Courtney Johnson

Santa Barbara, Boulder, Denver, Rocky Mountain National Park

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  1. Little Pine Mountain - Backpacking/Camping

    Santa Barbara

    Whether you're interested in a short weekend backpacking trip fit for the whole family or you want an awesome system of mountain biking/ trail running trails, Little Pine Mountain is a great option!

  2. Gaviota State Park - Hiking

    Santa Barbara

    A great day trip to get up to the central coast or quaint overnight spot.

  3. Mesa Trail - Trail Running

    Boulder

    An out-and-back trail run totaling 13.4 miles and 3,200 feet in elevation changes.

  4. Dirty Bismark Route - Mountain Biking

    Boulder

    15 miles of dirt and 1500 feet in elevation gain make this a fun ride out onto the plains.

  5. Left Hand Canyon/Jamestown

    Boulder

    A must-do with a long, steady climb and a fast descent back into town.

  6. Heart Lake - Camping

    Denver

    This hike through the James Peak Wilderness is ten miles of awesome.

  7. Flagstaff Mountain - Road Biking

    Boulder

    Flagstaff Mountain is a quad-burning, lung-busting climb that somehow still manages to put a smile on your face. As you muscle up the hill, enjoy stellar views of Boulder to the east and the Indian Peaks to the west.

  8. Eldorado Canyon

    Boulder

    Trad, sport, top rope, and bouldering. Eldorado Canyon's got it all.

  9. Arapahoe Basin - Skiing

    Denver

    The Swiss Alps of the Rockies.

  10. Breckenridge Mountain - Skiing

    Denver

    Featuring the highest chairlift in North America as well as a 3.5-mile long run, this resort is sure to capture the imagination of skiers and boarders looking for something big!

  11. Berthoud Pass - Backcountry Skiing

    Denver

    The remains of an old ski area offer a backcountry gateway that is popular with Front Range skiers.

  12. Ski Cooper - Skiing

    Denver

    One of the best aspects of Ski Cooper is the affordability of lift tickets, especially for families.

  13. Cathedral Peak - Climbing

    Santa Barbara

    Best multi-pitch climbing in the Santa Barbara area.

  14. Painted Cave - Climbing

    Santa Barbara

    The three boulders at Painted Cave are some of the most accessible and frequented rocks in all of Santa Barbara.

  15. The Brickyard - Bouldering

    Santa Barbara

    With easy accessibility and roughly 70 established problems, the Brickyard is a local favorite for Santa Barbara climbers.

  16. Cub Lake Loop - Rocky Mountain National Park

    Rocky Mountain National Park

    This trail initially gives you great views across Moraine Park, rolls easily for around 1.75 miles, and then the climb becomes steeper and more technical, up to the open area that borders Cub Lake

  17. Santa Barbara to Lake Casitas Loop - Cycling

    Santa Barbara

    This 65-mile route to the beautiful Lake Casitas is an absolute must-do for Santa Barbara cyclists. Enjoy the subtle beauty of the central coast's rolling hillsides and picturesque pastures.

  18. Snow Summit - Skiing

    Santa Barbara

    Snow Summit offers 240-acres and 31-miles of trails that skiers and boarders of all skill levels can have fun on.

  19. Mountain High - Skiing

    Santa Barbara

    With essentially three resorts in one, Mountain High is a great destination for skiers and boarders of all levels.

  20. Leadbetter Beach/Point - Surfing

    Santa Barbara

    A forgiving wave suited for surfing newcomers and for Stand Up Paddleboarders.

  21. Mondos Beach - Surfing

    Santa Barbara

    One of the best places in the world for learning to surf and SUP.

  22. Ellwood Mesa - Mountain Biking

    Santa Barbara

    137-acres of open space with flat hard packed dirt trails that are perfect for beginner riders.

  23. Goleta Bike Path (Obern Trail) - Cycling

    Santa Barbara

    This 21-mile bike path is flat, paved, and perfect for a nice beachside ride.

  24. Arroyo Burro Beach - Surfing

    Santa Barbara

    A beach break and a popular beach for dog owners.

  25. Boulder Reservoir - Paddling

    Boulder

    The Boulder Reservoir is a "Dream Cove" come true for flat water paddlers.