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World’s first dual-branded AC Hotels and Le Méridien property ‘tops off’ construction in Denver
Get Out of Town / Denver/Boulder

World’s first dual-branded AC Hotels and Le Méridien property ‘tops off’ construction in Denver

Marriott International and White Lodging Executives Toast a Notable Addition to the Hospitality World Steve Poe, Christy DeSiato, Paul Eckert, Pete Sams, Rachel Benedick DENVER Executives, business leaders and community officials were on hand Thursday, Sept. 22 in celebration of the first dual-branded hotel featuring AC Hotels and Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts, in downtown Denver, … Continue reading

Rocky Mountain Conservancy celebrates successes of this season’s Conservation Corps program
Culture / Hiking/Backcountry

Rocky Mountain Conservancy celebrates successes of this season’s Conservation Corps program

ESTES PARK As people get ready to enjoy National Public Lands Day on Sept. 24 in Rocky Mountain National Park and surrounding public lands, Rocky Mountain Conservancy looks to celebrate the successes of its Conservation Corps program from the past season. In 2016, the Conservancy welcomed 36 youth, ages 18-25, into its Conservation Corps program … Continue reading

Brewers pedal for prostate cancer awareness
Culture / Uncategorized

Brewers pedal for prostate cancer awareness

1400 Miles Hosts Big Bicycle Ride to Raise Funds and Probe Conversation on Prostate Health FRONT RANGE Bikes and beer unite! This September, a group of brewers and beer enthusiasts will cycle 1,400 miles spanning cities and states across the country to raise awareness and probe the conversation about prostate health—just in time for National … Continue reading

COVER: Enjoy scenic boating on region’s high altitude lakes, rivers, creeks
Cover Story

COVER: Enjoy scenic boating on region’s high altitude lakes, rivers, creeks

FRONT RANGE Recreational boating is one of the most widely enjoyed forms of outdoor recreation in the United States, and its no different in our land-locked state. Whether you’re an avid boater or simply enjoy sailing or paddling a few weekends a year, the mountain lakes, rivers and creeks of Colorado’s Front Range have something … Continue reading

Forest Service releases draft decision on improved trail system near Nederland
Hiking/Backcountry

Forest Service releases draft decision on improved trail system near Nederland

NEDERLAND The U.S. Forest Service has released its final environmental assessment and a draft decision for the Magnolia Non-Motorized Trails Project. The draft decision would approve a 44-mile, non-motorized trail system across about 6,000 acres in Boulder and Gilpin counties in an area along the Peak to Peak Highway known as East Magnolia and West … Continue reading

Historic Park Theatre hosts free ‘Colorado Experience’ previews
Arts / Film

Historic Park Theatre hosts free ‘Colorado Experience’ previews

ESTES PARK The Historic Park Theatre is delighted to host free previews of two episodes — “Big Thompson Flood” and “The Stanley Hotel” — from the upcoming season of Rocky Mountain PBS‘s award-winning series Colorado Experience. The event is sponsored by the Estes Park Film Festival* in cooperation with the Colorado Office of Film, TV … Continue reading

COVER: Rockhounds find plenty to dig, discover in Colorado’s mountains
Cover Story

COVER: Rockhounds find plenty to dig, discover in Colorado’s mountains

FRONT RANGE Colorado is an extraordinary state for rockhounding. It’s famous for its silver and gold mines, but there’s a remarkable variety of minerals, gemstones, fossils and other geologic treasures to be uncovered. The first amateur geologists in the area were prospectors looking for gold and other minerals of commercial value. More recently, people have … Continue reading