Denver’s Pro Football Bars

Pat's Downtown Bar Eagles

Support your home football team in the Mile High City. The end of summer marks the start of NFL football. It begins in early August with preseason games, and continues through the end of December for the regular season. Here’s a list of Denver NFL watch parties, so you can root your team on with […]

Denver’s College Football Bars

Pat's Downtown Bar Penn State

Find your college team’s game day hangout in Denver. From September through November, it’s NCAA football season. Join your your fellow college football fans at their established watch parties around Denver. Alumni groups host game day events at usually at least one bar in the city. The list below is primarily for NCAA Division 1 […]

National Fossil Day at Dinosaur Ridge

Dinosaur Ridge Morrison

Celebrate October’s National Fossil Day at Dinosaur Ridge. Situated within the Morrison Fossil Area, a national natural landmark, Dinosaur Ridge is home to dinosaur & crocodile bones, plant fossils and stunning geological features. Dinosaur Discovery Days are free events held one Saturday a month, from May through October. Find experienced geoscientists stationed at interpretive sites […]

Adventure with a Colorado Local

Lake Dillon Kayaking

Explore Colorado like a local. Advlo, aka Adventure Local, connects travelers with seasoned adventurers, all around the world. The company launched on August 31, 2014, offering a number of Colorado-based activities. All adventures include at least two of three aspects: physical activity, interaction with nature, and cultural learning or exchange. It’s actually pretty simple, travelers […]

Celebrate Oktoberfest in Colorado

Beaver Creek Oktoberfest

Toast the autumn season at an Oktobefest festival. A proud German tradition since 1810, Munich’s Oktoberfest is now one of the world’s largest fairs, gathering more than six million people over sixteen days. It’s held from late September to early October. With nearly a million Coloradoans claiming German heritage, we have own fair share of […]

Best Autumn Drives in Colorado

Kebler Pass Fall Colors

Come September and the aspens begin to glow! Fall is one of the best times to tour the Rockies. The leaves usually begin changing in early September and last no longer than mid October. It all depends on the weather, so be flexible and ready to travel. The display begins high up in the mountains, […]

Camp Easily in a Colorado Teardrop

Colorado Teardrop Trailer

Elevate your camping with a Colorado Teardrop. Manufactured in Boulder, these travel trailers allow you to camp with some of the modern conveniences of home. They’re airtight, bearproof and require no setup. Plus they can be hooked up to nearly any vehicle and typically weigh less than 1000 pounds. Each comes with a full kitchen […]

Conscious Burlesque at Boulder Fringe Festival

Conscious Burlesque Poster

Enjoy a night of burlesque during the tenth Boulder International Fringe Festival. Conscious Burlesque opens on Thursday, September 18th, a day after the festival begins. The performance is held a total of five nights during the twelve day festival. Boulder Burlesque will present Conscious Burlesque a dance show about a ride through the trenches of […]

Volunteer to Restore Lake Agnes Trail

State Forest State Park Lake Agnes

Tucked away in the remote Northern Colorado mountains, Lake Agnes is a stunning, picturesque place. Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado is looking for anyone 12 and over to help improve a section of steep and eroded trail. The project site is located near Walden in the State Forest State Park. Enjoy the Colorado wilderness and give back! […]

June Skiing at A Basin

Arapahoe Basin Ski Area

It’s June, and A Basin’s still going strong! The mountain still has good coverage and Montezuma Bowl was even open (today was last day). The skiing is still good, with soft, easy to navigate snow. Arapahoe Basin is now closed during the week, but they reopen for three more weekends during June: Friday, June 6-8 […]