When people think of hiking Colorado’s Front Range, they usually think about doing it in the daytime. But nights are great for Read More
Now that snow is dusting and caking Colorado’s Front Range, it’s time to hike the lower lands. In 2009 the City of Fort Collins gave this type of Read More
Ten Little Indians
Now that it’s July, why not start your Denver hike from up high? Read More
Spring can be a tough time for a Front Range Colorado hiker. I love to walk the winter lowlands, but as soon as the snow level begins to retreat, I start to ache for the high country. Then things stall. Read More
On a sunny Wednesday morning in late October, I knew it was time to get up for one last day in the high country. It hadn’t really snowed yet, I could see from my house, but snow was in the forecast. I knew there was no better place to go than Wild Basin. Read More
Muggle No More: To Cache or Not to Cache?
Recently I hiked Mount Margaret in the Red Feather Lakes area northwest of Fort Collins, Colorado. This region of forests, meadows, and castellated rocks will be in the upcoming book, Base Camp Denver: 101 Hikes Along Colorado’s Front Range. Read More