Written by Kelly King Fall, like spring, is shorter in Summit County. Fall foliage begins to visibly change in early September and the golden display ends before October. Although foliage season doesn’t last long, and the reds and browns that define fall in so many...Post a Comment
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On top of Vail Pass I have to admit, I don’t have much biking experience. In fact, before my Vail Pass ride, I probably hadn’t been on a bike in almost 20 years. With that said, I don’t know what in the world possessed me...Post a Comment
Let’s just say I’ve done my fair share of riding horses, mainly because I grew up in the Texas Panhandle, otherwise known as “Cowboy Country.” I’ve always had a love for horses. In fact, I went as far as to take a western horsemanship class...Post a Comment
Written by Jim Collins, Summit Mountain Rentals Customer & Golf Expert In the spring of 1990, I got the urge to find someplace I could go to get out of the Texas heat. Since I had never thought about where it might be cool in...Post a Comment
Written by Kelly King Stand-up paddleboarding is one of the fastest growing sports today, and like most things in the high country, paddleboarding on the upper Colorado River brings the challenge to a new level. As completely inexperienced paddle boarders, Maggie and I decided that...Post a Comment