James Dziezynski

Boulder, Durango, Denver, Lake Tahoe, Chattanooga, Anchorage, Rocky Mountain National Park, Virgin Islands National Park, State of Colorado, Aspen, Black Canyon of the Gunnison, Telluride, Bellingham, Austin, Salt Lake City, Denver/Boulder

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  1. South Boulder Creek Kayaking

    Boulder

    South Boulder Creek has some wild terrain in the upper creek but most paddlers will enjoy the last mile into Eldorado Springs as good run to push their skills. For advanced paddlers only!

  2. Boulder Creek Kayaking

    Boulder

    Boulder Creek features a fun whitewater course at Eben G. Fine Park, which is right in the heart of downtown Boulder. Bring your boat and paddle and have fun playing in the pools!

  3. Clear Creek Kayaking

    Boulder

    Clear Creek Canyon offers some wild kayaking in the upper creek but the majority of recreational boaters will enjoy the whitewater park right in the city of Golden.

  4. Cache La Poudre - Filter Run Kayaking

    Boulder

    The Filter Run is the perfect place for advanced beginner kayakers to hone their skills and get a taste of real whitewater action.

  5. Big Thompson River Kayaking

    Boulder

    When the dams open, the Big Thompson River roars to life. Kayakers, grab you paddles and get ready to test your meddle with The Big Tommy, a short but technical run.

  6. Flatirons Rock Climbing

    Boulder

    Boulder's Flatirons are world-class. The climbing is varied, solid and runs the gamut from 5.0 to 5.14, sport to trad and single pitch to epic 1,300 ft. climbs. And all right in town.

  7. Clear Creek Canyon Rock Climbing

    Boulder

    Clear Creek Canyon has a variety of climbing routes with a matching variety of rock. The lower canyon has easy to access crags and more sport routes, while the upper canyon progressively gets more technical.

  8. North Table Mountain Rock Climbing

    Boulder

    North Table Mountain gets a lot of sun, making its single-pitch, sport climbing routes perfect to scale year round. Easy access and good bolts makes it a great place to get in a few quick climbs or work out a tough project.

  9. Poudre Canyon Rock Climbing

    Boulder

    Poudre Canyon has a chossy personality with a few solid-granite gems hidden in the mix. Climbers eager to get out of Boulder are advised to give Poudre Canyon a shot.

  10. Lumpy Ridge

    Boulder

    Lumpy Ridge is Estes Park's classic trad climbing crag with a few sport routes in the mix. Look for multi-pitch and tough, runout lines on mostly solid rocks in the 5.9 - 5.11 range.

  11. Shelf Road

    Boulder

    Shelf Road is a sport climbing paradise, with well-bolted routes and new crags under development every day.

  12. Rocky Mountain National Park - Climbing

    Boulder

    Rocky Mountain National Park has enough alpine action to last several lifetimes! Exposed routes, long days and glorious summits make this a climbing haven for those ready to dive into the mountains.

  13. South Boulder Peak

    Boulder

    South Boulder Peak is a great mountain hike with 3,100 ft. of elevation that passes through a burn zone and tops out on the highest summit in Boulder Mountain Parks.

  14. Mastering the Early Morning Ski Start

    Colorado ski days are a lot of fun, assuming you can actually get the mountain at a reasonable time. Caffeinate thyself and check our our 5 best tips for getting a good start.

  15. Exploring Colorado’s Front Range Plane Wrecks

    Boulder

    The mountains of Colorado are full of aviation history, if you know where to look. Here, three fascinating front range plane wrecks.

  16. The 10 Commandments of Mountain Running in the Rockies

    Boulder

    The challenge of the hills is waiting. Dial in your skills for mountain running with these Colorado mountain running tips.

  17. Insider's Guide to Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park

    Black Canyon of the Gunnison

    It's deep, it's dark, and it's awesome. Explore this daring park if you have the guts, where 2,000' cliffs descend to a world of shadows.

  18. Hessie Trail - Snowshoeing

    Boulder

    Hessie Trailhead is a popular winter destination with trails leading to Lost Lake, King Lake and beyond. The farther you go, the thinner the crowds!

  19. Frisco Nordic Center

    Boulder

    Frisco's Nordic Center offers a vast network of groomed trails for all levels, all set beneath some of the most beautiful mountains in Colorado.

  20. 6 Outdoors Tips from Angry Boulder Locals

    Boulder

    Boulder's cranky locals have some great tips on outdoors etiquette (once they stop complaining about how there's "no vacancy" in Colorado, that is).

  21. 5 of Boulder's Best Bike Adventures

    Boulder

    Colorado has a lot of great cycling routes, and here are 5 of Boulder's Best Bike Adventures.

  22. Green Mountain Boulder - Snowshoeing

    Boulder

    Green Mountain transforms into a fun, rugged snowshoe adventure when the snows come to Boulder. 2,200 feet of vertical in 3.2 miles? Bring it on!

  23. Boulder Valley Ranch - Fat Biking

    Boulder

    Boulder Valley Ranch is a gateway to mellow fat biking in an amazing setting.

  24. Ski Season in Telluride: 7 Can't-Miss Adventures This Year

    Telluride

    Ski season in Telluride is on: Make sure you fit these 7 must-do adventures onto your bucket list before the weather turns warm.

  25. Skiing the Southern Colorado Powder Highway

    State of Colorado

    B.C.'s might be more well known, but the Southern Colorado Powder Highway is an epic, powder-filled trip, too. Here's how to do it right.