Part 3: Kayaker x Angler | Finding Common Ground

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o49cw47_gsg&feature=youtu.be&_ga=2.185537322.2038207824.1564613957-1429204873.1518231669 Now and then, you come across an article, video or a cause that stirs emotion within oneself, thus causing them to act. New Belgium Brewing Company has produced a three-part series depicting how conflict can be overcome with finding common ground through the sharing of public lands. After watching Part Three of the Kayaker … Continue reading Part 3: Kayaker x Angler | Finding Common Ground

Bowen/Baker Snowshoe Adventure

As I have mentioned in others posts, driving into Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) never gets old. During wintertime and early Spring, it feels as though you have the whole park to yourself. In the years past, we went snowshoeing nearly weekend, but this season we were only able to get out once. We lost … Continue reading Bowen/Baker Snowshoe Adventure

Historic Colorado Avalanche Activity

I am sharing a recent post from the Colorado Avalanche Information Center from their Instagram page. We have seen unprecedented avalanche activity over the course of the last month and really since the first snowfall of the season. Our friends at the Colorado Avalanche Information Center provide us with information to make informed decisions throughout … Continue reading Historic Colorado Avalanche Activity

Colorado backcountry skier dies in avalanche near Jones Pass

Despite avalanche danger warnings in Colorado Thursday, an Empire man was backcountry skiing with friends near Jones Pass in Clear Creek County when an avalanche buried and killed him, authorities say. The name of the deceased skier has not been released. He was the seventh person killed by avalanches this season. A group of people was skiing… … Continue reading Colorado backcountry skier dies in avalanche near Jones Pass