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SPT EXERCISE IN THE COLD

Some tips to make sure you are prepared for exercising outdoors in the cold

By Patrick Bahr

It’s coming and there’s no way to stop it. The cold and snow will inevitably bull its way into Western Colorado. When that time comes, some pack up their things and hibernate for the winter. For most enthusiasts, however, the ...


OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes November 15, 2008

By Bill Haggerty

Boy, do I hope the weather is as nice for your hike as it was for mine.  Shirt-sleeve temperatures and blue skies greeted me on the Flume Creek Canyon Trail this past week. A favorite with local hikers and horseback riders, this trail is ...


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OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes November 01, 2008

By Bill Haggerty

Sometimes, we make too big a deal of hiking. It becomes a major outing. It takes planning, timing and a mediator to resolve family schedule conflicts. Sometimes, we take for granted those little hikes around town that stare at us day after ...


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OUTside Connection October 29, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

Monumental Memories • Share your memories of Colorado National Monument as part of the “Monumental Memories Exhibit” to be displayed during the holiday season. Wanted:  Photographs highlighting family and friends ...


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OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes October 25, 2008

By Bill Haggerty

Ten days until Election Day. Think we can make it? Internal temperatures continue to rise during this heated political season. But outside, fall temperatures in the valley couldn’t be more pleasant for a hike along Corkscrew Trail in ...


OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes October 18, 2008

By Bill Haggerty

As I took a great mid-day, mid-week hike along the Corkscrew Trail the other day, I tried to think of options for local hikers for the next few weeks while big game rifle hunting season takes place. •  Corkscrew Trail is an ...


OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes October 11, 2008

By Bill Haggerty

A limited rifle elk hunting season begins in Colorado today, so it’s probably time to hike in the Colorado National Monument, where hunting is not allowed. Monument Canyon Trail is the “premier hike” in the Colorado National ...


OUT: CELEBRATE NATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS DAY

By Bill Haggerty

Today is National Public Lands Day.  Of course, to me, every day is Public Lands Day.  That’s because I use and enjoy our public lands every day.  I may not get out there and hike and bike and fish and play around, but ...


OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes September 20, 2008

By Bill Haggerty

Carol Viner told me her boyfriend, Jim Maggio, was an animal. When I came back bloody, she said, “See, I told you so.” Trying to keep up with Maggio on the Western Rim single-track bicycle trail wasn’t too bad. He’d ...


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OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes September 07, 2008

By Bill Haggerty

Crag Crest Trail (Forest Service Trail 711) is the most well-known trail on Grand Mesa, but considering how famous it is, I’ve never seen many people hiking here. I crossed paths with only two other hikers here the other day. Kitty, my ...


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