Health & Recreation

Thriving at Altitude

Whether you’re a tourist, a native, or a retiree, you may need an altitude adjustment.

12/20/2016 By Reilly Capps

Health & Recreation

Life at Altitude

From babyhood to the golden years, the body operates differently at high altitude

12/20/2016 By Reilly Capps

Health & Recreation

Thriving at Altitude

12/20/2016 By Reilly Capps

Health & Recreation

Clearing the Air

Here, halfway between sea and sky, our relationship with the air is complicated.

12/20/2016 By Reilly Capps

Person of Interest

Stroke of Genius

Tai eats, breathes, and sleeps art—literally.

12/19/2016 By Reilly Capps

Slideshow

Don’t Fence Me In

An Iowa-inspired, wide-open shelter in the sky in Silverthorne

06/01/2016 By Reilly Capps

Arts & Culture

Relief Worker

Amid the political din of building walls and tearing them down, a sculptor carves a niche by animating them.

06/01/2016 By Reilly Capps

For Rent

Paradise Leased

A serious shortage of worker housing turns apartment hunting into a joke.

01/01/2016 By Reilly Capps

Fire It Up

Hot House

A welcoming Frisco studio blazes a cozy niche in handmade art.

01/01/2016 By Reilly Capps Photography by Liam Doran

Staying High

The 9,000-Foot Club

Summit's elevation puts it in a rarefied-air coterie that includes six continents and 140 million people.

01/01/2016

Living the Life

Working It

Sure, you've dreamed about moving to the mountains. But what would you do for work? We profile nine Summit County locals who are living the life -- and making a living.

01/01/2016 Photography by Liam Doran and Brad Torchia By Devon O'Neil

Home Remodel

Gift House

A tumbledown, Yuletide-hued, 19th-century landmark in Breck’s historic district gets a new lease on life.

01/01/2016 Photography by Kimberly Gavin By Devon O'Neil

GANJA NEWS

Going to Pot

A Frisco medical-marijuana pioneer’s cautionary tale sends a sobering message to cannabis entrepreneurs everywhere.

06/01/2015 By Reilly Capps

People

Chair Apparent

For nearly two decades, Nate Dogggg has ruled A-Basin’s lift line; should we envy or pity the king of Colorado’s first chair?

01/01/2015 By Reilly Capps

Living Here

Traffic Jam

What's to be done about ski country's expletive-inducing, gridlocked highway from hell?

01/01/2015 By Reilly Capps

Music

Breck's Got Talent

The Breckenridge Music Festival takes a cue from reality TV this summer, asking audiences to help choose a replacement for a much-loved director and conductor.

06/01/2014 By Mark Sells

Fun in the Sun

Seasonal Lift

Breck’s new bike trails and kid camps offer a prelude of summertime fun to come.

06/01/2013 By Shauna Farnell

Dillon History

Dam Docent

On the fiftieth anniversary of the flooding of Dillon, a professor revisits Summit County’s Atlantis.

06/01/2013 By Ted Katauskas

Dining

No-Worry Curry

Can’t tolerate wheat? Café ProFusion’s Asian cuisine comes with a 100 percent gluten-free guarantee—and some of the best ribs west of Memphis.

06/01/2013 By Ted Katauskas

Camping

Outward Bound

An insider’s guide to Summit County’s fifteen most satisfying campsites (ultimate s’mores recipe included)

06/01/2013 By Devon O'Neil Photography by Liam Doran