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Nordic Centers in the Summer!

What may be your ideal winter wonderland November through March could be your dream wedding or reunion destination during the summer. Many of Colorado’s Nordic centers have an alternative identity as an event venue,... Read More
Travel Tips July 12, 2016

Nordic Tracks in the Winter, Dude Ranches in the Summer

Although complimentary, a Colorado winter and summer are polar opposites. Even though cross-country ski options may not be available during the winter, these stunning trails at the ranch locations transform into thriving... Read More
Travel Tips June 29, 2016

Cycling and Nordic Skiing: A winning combination

In the Midwest, where I grew up, all trail-oriented athletes agree there are two seasons: Birkie training and Chequamegon Fat Tire 40 training. The Birkebeiner is a 52K Nordic ski race, the largest in North America,... Read More
Tips & Ideas May 02, 2016

Latigo Dude Ranch: A Snowshoer’s Paradise

As I stare out into the continental divide, the only sound being the falling snow, and I can’t help but think that there is nowhere I would rather be. The only tracks around me are those of my own snowshoes and... Read More
News March 24, 2016

Why Your Dog Wants You to Try Skijoring

Skijoring involves skiing behind a dog that’s wearing a harness and bungee-cord lead to pull its owner. Any skis will do—skate, classic, touring—as long as the skier has intermediate skills and the pooch... Read More
Tips & Ideas March 21, 2016

Spring Break on Skinny Skis : Travel Tips

Spring finds lots of us looking for warmer getaways, but this is the best time of year to hit the road for a cross country ski vacation in Colorado. Here are our favorite tips for making the most of it.   Read More
Travel Tips March 21, 2016
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