What To Do When You Encounter Wildlife

Recently, a video of a moose chasing skiers at Breckenridge Resort went viral. While the video itself was pretty entertaining to watch, I was very thankful to see the original post had a warning about how dangerous and moody moose can be. Having had a close encounter with a moose during a backcountry backpacking trip […]

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Perfect Small Gifts and Stocking Stuffers

  It’s that time of year again! Thanksgiving has passed. Snow is falling, lights are going up, candles are being lit, and presents are being wrapped. Buying a loved one a great gift can feel so good but it isn’t always easy to know what to get. If you’re like me, you may tend to […]

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The Best of the Worst Horror Movies Set in Snow

October is my favorite month. Being in Denver, it means snow is starting to fall, A-Basin is opening early, and people are getting ready for Halloween. I’ve never been one for horror movies, but I will dig in to get into the Halloween spirit. Obviously, I start with the classics, Addams’ Family Values, Hocus Pocus, […]

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Obermeyer Highlights Company’s Rich History with New Heritage Collection

Klaus Obermeyer came to Aspen, Colorado from Germany in 1947.  In an interview with the Aspen Times, Klaus said, “What was sensational was the snow. I’d never seen that powdery of snow, that light, that fluffy,” Obermeyer said. “Aspen is probably the best rounded ski resort in the world.” For the love of the snow, […]

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Grandma Gatewood: The First Female Thru Hiker of the Appalachian Trail

Courage is often required of us in order to conquer challenges or achieve life goals. Outdoor enthusiasts are no strangers to this idea. To ski down a steep hill, climb up a rock face, and even pitch a tent in the wilderness can be risky. Sometimes, the risks are worth taking to achieve a feeling […]

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