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Windburn from the Big Burn, Colorado sunshine amplified by fields of reflective snow and that night-cap tequila at the Caribou Club—what mischief do these elements have in common? They each wreak havoc on skin. Find solutions here.
Iron Mountain Hot Springs nestles up against the Colorado River.
The Roaring Fork Valley bubbles with some of Colorado’s best hot springs. After a ski day or a long hike or bike ride, there’s nothing better than relieving sore muscles in water heated by the earth.
As Aspen becomes a winter wonderland, it is time to cozy up by the fire with a cup of hot cocoa and a good book. Here are our top picks for this winter’s reads, each available at Explore Booksellers (221 E. Main St.).
Colorado is a hub for craft beer companies, creating unique brews that embody the health and sustainability conscious mantra of its locals. Oktoberfest has kicked off in Germany and beer lovers around the world are happy to celebrate too. Every day in the mountains is a good day for a beer, and these four upcoming events will give you reason to indulge in one of Colorado’s favorite pastimes.
Fall is easily the most underrated time to be in Aspen. With the leaves changing from green to yellow and red, the mountains are painted with color and vibrancy. While the Maroon Bells always bring a picturesque allure, don’t expect solitude as others also flock to see their glory. If you wish to enjoy the colors of nature in peace, here are a few spots that will look exceptionally breathtaking during the fall.