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10 Tips to Make Every Day Earth Day

From Leave No Trace

For 50 years, humans have been celebrating Earth Day as a global holiday. Every April, the earth is celebrated with clean ups,  habitat restoration projects and education to encourage awareness about the impacts that... Read More
Stewardship April 27, 2023

Ski and Sip Day Trips: Cross-Country and Craft Brews

Pair your day of Nordic skiing with the perfect beer and a bite.

With spring’s bluebird skies, dazzling sunshine, and longer days, there’s never a better time for an apres ski beer to toast to a day on the trails. So why not make your ski day a little longer—or... Read More
Travel Tips April 27, 2023

3 Ways To Bring Earth Month Into May

From Leave No Trace

No matter how you celebrated Earth Month, our planet thanks you, but these things aren’t just important in April. Here are some ways to make every month Earth Month.

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Stewardship April 27, 2023

50 reasons we love Colorado outdoors — in honor of Earth Day

From The Colorado Springs Gazette

There are endless reasons to love Colorado’s outdoors. But with the 50th celebration of Earth Day set for Wednesday, we limited this list to that number, giving thanks to just some of our favorite gifts under the... Read More
Stewardship April 27, 2023

How to Raise a Nordic Skier

10 kid-tested tips and tricks from parents and Nordic pro to help your kids fall in love with your favorite winter sport.

Teaching your kids to love Nordic skiing is a bit of a delicate dance—often, our own enthusiasm can be a little overwhelming. What’s fun for us can really turn little people off. Read More
Tips & Ideas March 24, 2023

Bear Facts and Safety Tips

From Recreation.gov

By learning about bears and their curious nature, you can better prepare for your visit to bear country and make it a positive and safe experience for both you and the bears.

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Stewardship March 15, 2023

When Bears Wake Up

From the National Park Service

When spring arrives and the snow begins to melt, bears start to wake up after months of hibernation. It is an exciting time of the year for bears and park visitors.

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Stewardship March 15, 2023
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