What’s the Story Behind the Kinikinik Store in the Poudre Canyon?

What's the Story Behind the Kinikinik Store in the Poudre Canyon?

The Powder Canyon is filled with interesting sights, sounds, and scenery for miles and miles in every direction. From the rushing river and gorgeous forest views to unique landmarks, there are plenty of places worth pulling off for while driving this stretch of road. The Kinikinik General Store is one of those places. The wooden … Read more

Colorado Kids Get Sweet Snow Deal At Ski Resorts

Colorado Kids Get Sweet Snow Deal At Ski Resorts

Sure, it’s still pretty hot outside and we have plenty of warm weather ahead of us but you know that changes are coming and the seasons will be shifting soon and when that happens, it’s time to start thinking about what we enjoy doing when the temperatures cool and the snow starts flying. Skiing is … Read more

Vail Resorts Sues Town of Vail Over Stopping Worker Housing Project

Vail Resorts Sues Town of Vail Over Stopping Worker Housing Project

Building worker housing in Vail seems like a no-brainer. Many ski towns and cities in Colorado are dealing with housing crises, and workers need places to live to have the lifts spinning and keep the mountains functional. Back in April, Vail announced they were planning to build a worker housing unit in East Vail, which … Read more

A Northern Colorado Hideaway is the State’s First Passive House

A Northern Colorado Hideaway is the State's First Passive House

A company called Off Grid Hideaways specializes in finding and sharing remote escapes across the world where travelers can book memorable getaways. The company features unique rentals that blend luxury with simplicity. The vacation site offers a variety of places to stay. From cozy beachside cottages to rugged mountain cabins, the handpicked properties are bound … Read more

Steamboat is asking voters to tax Airbnbs to pay for affordable housing. Will it work?

Steamboat is asking voters to tax Airbnbs to pay for affordable housing.  Will it work?

(Colorado Public Radio) – Jason Peasley walks through knee-high grass to the top of a hill overlooking Brown Ranch – a vast expanse of rolling hills and alpine meadow just outside of the Steamboat Springs city limits. “We’re looking over what will ultimately be our first phase of development,” Peasley said, gesturing out over the … Read more

Adventure Seekers Must Try This Extreme Skiing in Colorado

Adventure Seekers Must Try This Extreme Skiing in Colorado

Colorado residents are no strangers to skiing and snowboarding down the slopes of the Rocky Mountains. However, there’s another way to experience the thrills of the High Country: heli-skiing. Powderbird defines heli-skiing (or heliboarding for snowboarders) as the practice of using a helicopter to access “untouched” backcountry terrain. While heli-skiing is an extreme sport, it … Read more