Katie Klingsporn

Telluride, Aspen

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  1. 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.

  2. Cold Days, Hot Springs: A Guide to San Juans Thermal Pools

    Telluride

    An ideal antidote to chilly temps and sore muscles, hot springs are an enticing winter getaway. Here's the scoop on San Juans thermal pools.

  3. Desert Rides: 5 MTB Spots Around Telluride To Squash the Off-Season Blues

    Telluride

    Stick season for dirt lovers can be tough, but it's much easier with a trip to the desert to savor these 5 great MTB spots around Telluride.

  4. Rolling in the Winter: A Guide to Fat Biking in Telluride and the San Juans

    Telluride

    Fat-tire biking is exploding in popularity as a way to enjoy winter on two wheels. Here, essential intel on fat biking in Telluride.

  5. Fall in Telluride: 5 Adventures To Do This Autumn

    Telluride

    Fall in Telluride is many a local's favorite time of year. Here, 5 great ways to get out and enjoy this fantastic, but fleeting, season.

  6. River Trail to Galloping Goose

    Telluride

    Telluride isn’t exactly a beginning mountain biker’s paradise. The steep, rocky and rugged San Juan Mountains that encircle the town (and make it so beautiful) also translate into steep, rocky and rugged riding.

  7. Penelope's Cruise

    Telluride

    As its name implies, Penelope’s is a relatively easy ride that travels up and over a ridge with no technical sections and a nice breezy downhill. It also affords gorgeous views of the Wilsons Range and looks out onto Telluride Ski Resort and the box canyon.

  8. Wasatch Telluride - Mountain Biking

    Telluride

    This ride is huge and strenuous. At times it feels like the climb — which is often on less than ideal doubletrack — will never relent. But the alpine wonderland in Upper Bridal Veil and Upper Bear Creek basins makes all the sweating and grunting worth it.

  9. Telluride Ski Area / Boomerang

    Telluride

    The Telluride Ski Resort rises from the Valley Floor directly north of Telluride, offering steep slopes where you can ski right into town in the winter and pedal through pine forests in the summer. Boomerang/Jurassic/Meadows is a fast and convenient link-up that offers the best and flowiest downhill section on the ridge.

  10. Wasatch Connection

    Telluride

    The high country that encircles Telluride is home to stunning high-alpine basins, stark mountain passes, splashy river crossings, interesting mining artifacts, wildflower-strewn fields and some of the most breathtaking views in Colorado.

  11. Hilaree O’Neill: Himalayas-Bound With Skis (and Sons) in Tow

    Telluride

    Telluride's Hilaree O'Neill is set for one of her greatest adventures yet: summiting (and skiing) 27,825-foot Himalayan peak Makalu.

  12. Imogene Pass Run: Everything You Need to Know About this Famed Trail Race

    Telluride

    In its 42nd year, the Imogene Pass Run has become so popular that it sold out in 40 minutes in 2015. Here, more key intel on the famed race.

  13. Mountains to the Desert Ride 2015: What You Should Know

    Telluride

    Spots are still open for Telluride's famous Mountains to the Desert Ride in 2015. Here's what to know before signing up or spectating.

  14. Rolling in the Winter: A Guide to Fat Biking in Telluride and the San Juans

    Telluride

    Fat-tire biking is exploding in popularity as a way to enjoy winter on two wheels. Here, essential intel on fat biking in Telluride.

  15. Maroon Bells - Cycling

    Aspen

    Gorgeous mountain ride is [mostly] free of vehicles

  16. Eider Creek/Mill Creek Loop - Mountain Biking

    Telluride

    Mill Creek Road, which is located about a mile west of Telluride via either the bike path or Valley Floor trail, is the jumping off point for several rides on the sunny side — an area of aspen-cloaked slopes that includes Mill Creek, Deep Creek and Eider trails.

  17. Blue Lakes

    Telluride

    A moderate hike that travels from 9,400 feet to three astonishingly blue lakes at the foot of Mt. Sneffels.

  18. Meet Max Cooper: The Bike Guru of Telluride

    Telluride

    Max Cooper — trail builder, crit champ, and bike coach — is changing Telluride's bike culture in impressive fashion. A look at his magic.

  19. Nordic Skiing in the San Juans: What To Know

    Telluride

    Alpine skiing gets lots of glory in Telluride, but Nordic skiing in the San Juans is a fun option for a winter workout. Here's what to know.