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Tips to take your mountain biking to the next level (sponsored)

August 23, 2016 — by Aaron H. Bible | Brought to you by Pioneer Sports Charlie Morrison has been riding bikes since he was 5 years old, and has been plying his trade as a coach, athlete and mechanic in the bicycle industry for two decades. Currently the head […]

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Top five ways to enjoy Lake Dillon from Frisco this summer (sponsored)

August 23, 2016 — by Leo Wolfson, brought to you by Town of Frisco Summer on Lake Dillon is a remarkable time of year. Emerald green hills hug the crystal blue water as snow-capped peaks reflect onto the cool surface. Simply standing on the shore and taking it all […]

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Can Colorado athletes overcome altitude and genetics ?

August 23, 2016 — For veteran ultra-runner Helen Cospolich, living and training at 9,600 feet isn’t as forgiving now as it once was — or ever was. At 39 years old, the Breckenridge local of 20 years has been running 50- and 100-mile trail races for 15 years and […]

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Breckenridge architect adds own story to historical property

August 23, 2016 — The little blue house at the corner of High Street and Adams Avenue has gone by several names in the past. Historically known as the Thompson-Otterson house after two of its former owners, both miners, the building was also dubbed the “Hurricane Andrew House” before […]

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Explore Summit Magazine: Set Sail full e-edition

August 11, 2016 — Click to view the Summer edition of Explore Summit Magazine

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Fun summer activities to do while high (sponsored)

August 11, 2016 — by Leo Wolfson, brought to you by Organix Summertime in Summit County is a short, but sweet season, with many different outdoor opportunities to pick from. Many people have the perception that smoking marijuana automatically makes one lethargic and lazy, but Victoria Osborne of Organix […]

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Indica vs. Sativa (sponsored)

August 11, 2016 — by Aaron H. Bible, brought to you by Altitude Organic Cannabis Are you looking for an Indica or a Sativa? It’s usually the first question someone is asked when they finally make it up to the counter at a recreational dispensary here in Summit County, […]

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Colorado skiing summer camp near Denver

August 11, 2016 — Summer camp is an experience like no other. When I was 17, I had the opportunity to attend summer ski camp in Oregon. As an obsessive skier, this was a dream come true. That week of camp ended up being the best week of my […]

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Historic mountain baseball

August 11, 2016 — It’s the bottom of the seventh, two out, with the Leadville Blues trailing the Breckenridge Reds in front of “nearly the entire population” of Breck. The Reds’ Whitehead has been causing trouble all game, knocking Gilda, the Leadville catcher, out of action early and completely […]

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Golfing tips to improve your game

August 11, 2016 — While not based on any verifiable, quantitative scientific research, there’s a good chance golf is the most humbling, expletive-inducing sport in the history of the world. With that in mind we’ve gathered these tips to fine-tune your golf game, from shaking off that early season […]

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Colorado mountain town locals that are larger life

August 11, 2016 — Call it destiny, call it kismet – whether by choice or chance, we are all lucky enough to call Summit County home. Differing paths may have led us here, but there’s something special that keeps us here. There’s a sense of community that envelops our […]

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DIY cooking classes

August 11, 2016 — I used to love to cook until I started dating a chef. On Sundays, I would open a bottle of wine and spend hours creating an entire meal of new dishes I had never tried before. It didn’t really matter how the dish turned out, […]

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The story behind the photo

August 11, 2016 — JENISE JENSEN Camera model: Canon 70D Lens (focal length): 17 mm Shutter speed: 1/160 sec Aperture: f6.3 | ISO: 200 Location of shot: Boreas Pass, Breckenridge Time of day: 9:41 a.m. Comment on the shot: Super easy shot to get, as you simply lie down […]

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Colorado summer activity guide

August 11, 2016 — WATER Breckenridge Whitewater Rafting 411 S. Main St., (970) 236-9402 Colorado Rowing, LLC Frisco Bay Marina (970) 333-8320 KODI Rafting 900 Summit Blvd, Frisco (970) 668-1548 Colorado Angler 249 Summit Place, Silverthorne (970) 513-8055 http://www.thecoloradoangler.com Cutthroat Anglers 400 Blue River Pkwy., Silverthorne (970) 262-2878 fishcolorado.com […]

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Real Colorado cattle drive

August 11, 2016 — As the landscape changed, so did my state of mind. Driving north on U.S. Hwy 9 out of Silverthorne, the jagged mountains dropped away, and spacious ranch land replaced clustered neighborhoods. Then that changed too, into rolling sagebrush, and my thoughts turned away from mountain […]

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Taking on cancer at high altitude (sponsored)

August 11, 2016 — by Aaron H. Bible | Brought to you by St. Anthony’s Summit Medical Center The active lifestyle found in Summit County is irreplaceable for locals and tourists alike for recovery and health during treatment for cancer and other illnesses. Jette Hogenmiller, PhD, family nurse practitioner […]

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Mining history of Frisco, CO (sponsored)

August 11, 2016 — by Leo Wolfson, brought to you by Town of Frisco Nestled between the Tenmile and Gore mountain ranges is a small waterside town with unspoiled beauty and a rich history. Like most of Summit County, Frisco was developed from mining, but before that, the Ute […]

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5 tips for healthy skin during summer (sponsored)

August 11, 2016 — by Jasmine Bible, brought to you by Serenity Spa & Salon At 9,000+ feet, the sun, wind and dry climate can wreak havoc on our bodies. Biking, hiking, rafting and even gardening subjects us to the elements. What can you do to protect your skin […]

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5 marijuana strains paired with summer dishes (sponsored)

August 11, 2016 — by Leo Wolfson, brought to you by Organix Barbecue and summer are a match made in heaven. Grilling a savory dish, as warm rays of sun grace the skin, is the epitome of summertime. Whether you’re camping, at the park or spending time with friends […]

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How to Hike a Colorado 14er

August 11, 2016 — 14er (noun): a mountain peak reaching 14,000 feet or more in elevation. By now you’ve heard of the popular Colorado pastime of trekking up one of the state’s 54 “14ers” — mountains that eclipse 14,000 feet in elevation. In recent years, more and more daring […]

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