Many Coloradans would say there is nothing more rewarding than cracking open a cold one and enjoying the panoramic view from the summit of a recently conquered 14er.
The Colorado Trail is a 567-mile backcountry behemoth, spanning from the outskirts of Denver to the northern tip of Durango. It winds through some of the most beautiful country in North America, crossing six wilderness areas, eight mountain ranges, five river systems and topping out at over 13,000 feet.
Here are our top 10 waterfalls in Colorado, and a nearby brew to pack in for your adventure or enjoy after the hike.
Michael Myers loves bending the rules and it has definitely worked in his favor at Distillery 291 in Colorado Springs.
Anyone who has sampled Adam Avery’s extensive lineup of big beers knows he’s not one to take the easy way out – but riding a bike 435 miles over three of Colorado’s steep mountain passes seems a little crazy.
Odell Brewing Makes the Scene in Brewing Artwork
Commonly known as sour beers, there are numerous variations and interpretations of what goes into the brew that ranges from fetching to funky
Down in the southwest corner of the state, the town of Durango is known for its historic train, its world-class skiing and biking and now, more than ever, its incredible craft beer scene.
It’s a hombrewer’s dream: Craft a beer that flawlessly displays your heritage, enter it in a competition competing against other homebrewers throughout the country, win the competition and the thrill of getting to brew the beer at a large-scale brewery where it will be nationally distributed.