Free festivals, movies, music, hiking and biking abound in Denver in the summer, but there are plenty of free things to do in the winter months, too.
The holidays in and around downtown Denver can be a mixed bag filled with joy, excitement and stress. Whether people are expecting a busy holiday season or just need to escape for a couple days, there are some ideal getaway spots just outside of Denver at which to rejuvenate.
The cold winters in Colorado warm up the area with activities. Of course, we have some of the best skiing in the country, but there are plenty of other activities for the entire family.
Colorado ski resorts are opening to light crowds because of a dry fall and lack of snow. But a relatively new activity is coming in handy for skiers bummed by lack of snow – snow tubing.
Cutting down the family Christmas tree has been a time-honored tradition for many Colorado families for generations. From the perfect Blue Spruce to a Lodgepole Pine and the Douglas Fir to Bristlecone, Colorado has many viable options for the holiday centerpiece. We bring you the best places to cut down your own Christmas tree near the Denver area.
The holidays are all about spending time with family and friends. It’s that time of year when deep breathing exercises can help a traveler keep calm, but there’s no substitute for being prepared.
If you are looking for beginner classes that erase fear, graceful ice dancing instruction, tough-and-tumble hockey leagues or a beautiful place to glide across the glassy surface, there are several rinks to check out.
At Unser Racing & Entertainment, located at the intersection of Interstate 25 and Highway 36, the karting can be done year round.
From climbing ropes to heaving kettle bells, the short and intense CrossFit workouts have elevated even seasoned fitness enthusiasts. Here are the top CrossFit studios in Denver.
Rock climbing may seem daunting to some, but most climbers insist it’s a sport that is enjoyable at all skill levels. A climbing gym is a good place to get started.