In 1953, Pete Schoening found himself and five climbing partners 25,000 feet high on the northwest ridge of K2 – the second tallest peak in the world. One of the five, Art Gilkey, was suffering
If you’re a regular visitor to the Rockies, you’ve likely stumbled upon an old log cabin or two deep in the woods; legacies of the rich history hidden in Colorado’s mountains. These cabins are just
When camping in the Rockies, there’s nothing better than driving out to a quiet forest road to find a dispersed campsite and solitude. With National Forest and BLM land covering much of the state, it’s
When it comes to climbing 14ers, Class 1 and 2 peaks aren’t a huge technical challenge. With enough stamina and gear, almost anyone can hike up and scramble over boulders to one of these summits.
There are many ways to camp in Colorado’s public lands. Many people think first of family camping in campgrounds, popular in state and national parks. However, campgrounds involve fighting for a spot, permits & fees,