Category Archives: Fall activities

Taos Ski Valley Celebrating 60 Years

The drive from the quaint town of Taos to the ski valley is a pleasant 19-mile trek through beautiful New Mexico mountain landscape. The elevation steadily climbs to 9,200 feet when you arrive at the remote Taos Ski Valley. The … Continue reading

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Taos-the Place That Time Forgot

Taos is the kind of place that time forgot.  The town’s residents have been doing things their way for 30 years and will likely continue for another 30.  Taos Ski Valley is a bit up the road from the town … Continue reading

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Top Three Things to Do in Mammoth in the Summer

If you’re planning a trip to Mammoth Lakes this summer, don’t miss out on these top three activities; hiking Devil’s Postpile, mountain biking on Mammoth Mountain, and getting spooked in the Ghost Town of Bodie. To get to Devil’s Postpine, … Continue reading

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Going to Mammoth

  Mammoth Mountain is fantastic.  Like most things California, it is beyond spectacular!  Have you ever had a dream where you find yourself hiking along a rocky mountain in rugged, pine-covered wilderness completely alone and at one with nature?  I … Continue reading

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Cooling Off in Park City

It is the first weekend of August and it has been one of the hottest summers on record. The family is cranky and tired of the heat. I had better think of a way to cool us off…. What better … Continue reading

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Top 3 Things to Know About Mammoth

Mammoth Lakes, CA is home to boundless activities and recreation for all types of travelers.  Whether you’re planning for a weekend trip with your best buddies or for a family vacation, there is something for everyone in Mammoth. In the … Continue reading

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Mammoth Brewing Company Tasting Room

A highlight of my Mammoth trip was a visit to the tasting room at the Mammoth Brewing Company. After a day of hiking we headed to there to quench our thirst. We ordered a tasting flight which included six 2 … Continue reading

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Top Colorado Summer Festivals

As much fun as it is to visit Colorado in the winter months for some of the best downhill skiing on the planet, I love summer in the mountains because of its glorious weather – blue skies, low humidity and … Continue reading

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A Fall Foliage Hike Through Colorado’s Aspens

For fantastic fall foliage viewing, Colorado’s high country is on the map. Spectators drive from near and far as the aspen trees perform their annual fall foliage magic show. Take a scenic drive down one of Colorado’s many passes and … Continue reading

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A Rocky Mountain Autumn

Colorful Colorado shows off its of brilliant hues throughout the year. Vibrant red rock formations tower over the front range, evergreen forests shake off the dusting of an early winter snow, and broad blue skies stretch over the state year … Continue reading

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