As the Memorial Day Weekend kicks into high gear, many outdoor enthusiasts will choose to stay closer to home and get some exercise. For metro area residents, it's a great time to break out your favorite two-wheeler and hit a few of the Golden bike trails.
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The term “hippie” became popular in the 1960s when people began to reject conventional values and form a new subculture. What was once an act of rebellion has now become embedded into much of the Colorado lifestyle.
As the snow melts in the high country, mountain bikers around the state eagerly anticipate one of Colorado’s best ways to meet their adrenaline needs.
On May 20, people across the state can celebrate what Colorado means to them by joining in on the first-ever Colorado Public Lands Day. From special beer releases to trail clean-ups and outdoor education, there will be something for every Coloradan to enjoy during the week.
From Cinco de Mayo Celebrations to Derby Parties, Boxing and Baseball
Grab some sunscreen and hit some of these great outdoor venues & shows from around the state in May.
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It’s time to wake up those legs and get ready for an epic hiking season. Thirst Colorado’s staff has a few suggestions to get you back in shape for thigh-burners later in the season.
Escape from the world and get tuned-in to one of Denver's newest speakeasies. Retrograde shakes up a Prohibition-era classic with a futuristic twist.
The 2017 Denver Spring Fika Coffee Passport allows you to explore Denver’s emerging craft coffee scene on the cheap.
The 24th Annual Telluride Blues & Brews Festival has released the music lineup for this fall. The 2017 talent includes Bonnie Raitt, Steve Winwood, TajMo: Taj Mahal & Keb’ Mo’ Band, Anders Osborne, The Revivalists, Benjamin Booker, The Blind Boys of Alabama, The Magpie Salute and many more.