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Colorado Off-Road Trails

Interactive Map from Trails.com If your looking for a nice trail to get started or something a little more challenging, click on the link and you’ll be amazed. From Telluride to the Springs, Colorado has every level of trail to challenge even the most daring

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Hiking in Nature May Boost Creativity by Denise Mann

Hiking in the wild may be good for the brain, especially if you are unplugged. New research shows that backpackers scored 50% better on a creativity test after spending four days in nature while disconnected from all electronic devices. Fifty-six people with an average age

Beauty In Ordinary Things

“There’s a lot of beauty in ordinary things. Isn’t that kind of the  point?” I’ve written twice in our young websites life about the beauty of Colorado. I’ve told you all how the experience of hiking up Pike’s Peak and rock climbing throughout the state

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A Day at The Crag by Charlie Schreiber

A day at the crag, is a day away from the busy life, full of work and errands, and all life’s petty worries. A trip to the crag for me, is always a day full of bouldering, whether it be by myself (most likely a

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What Trail Climb Nation Is All About

It is with great pleasure and thankfulness that I write this next article. Today’s read isn’t about gear or trails or the history of anything, today’s read is all about this site, Trail Climb Nation. I don’t think I have done a great job explaining

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