Adventure | Colorado Springs Magazine


  • Easy Riding

    This is not your average motorcycle club, says Boulder Street Moto (BSM) cofounder Adam Morley.
  • Summer of Fun

    Coloradans love the outdoors, and one way to make the most of the summer months is to attend the festivals and fairs taking place around the state.
  • Feeling So Inclined?

    Just when you begin to think there’s no way you can keep going up those never-ending steps, remember that you can choose the bailout—otherwise known as the false summit—two thirds of the way up that gives you access to the Barr Trail going down. If you make it to the top, you’ll hike three miles down Barr.
  • Get Your Gear On

    Each pair is custom designed according to the skier’s size and shape, preferred type of terrain, and skill level (yes, even beginners can benefit).
  • Control Your Climate

    Even Visit Colorado Springs, the city’s tourism authority, alludes to the fact that the area enjoys “an average of 300 days of deep blue skies, abundant sunshine, and low humidity.”
  • Cast Away

    So let’s explore four of the Front Range’s exclusive outdoor gems; from glamping and fly-fishing to trail riding, wilderness walks, and “just being,” these properties are some of the best in the region.

    Mahatma Gandhi knew something about strength. He said, “Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.”
  • Runners High

    They’d rather see, feel, and experience the rocks, crags, switchbacks, dirt, and gravel up close and personal—on foot.