A Minnesota-based fitness chain plans to see how its concept stacks up in the Mile High City.
In the midst of a second successful Kickstarter campaign for weighted backpacks, Emily Schromm is planning a fitness center of her own.
The venture-backed company offers classes for about $25 that combine treadmill running with weight training.
The funding will go toward planning 13 miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking on the northern hillside directly above the town.
After more than a decade covering outdoor news from Minneapolis, it was time to move to the mountains.
The River will fill space on the first floor of the Lydian, a $40 million mixed-use building with 129 apartments, a restaurant and retail.
Following successful 14er guides, a former mining engineer and avid hiker has set his sights on wilderness areas of northern and central Colorado.
After less than a year in state, Mike Murrell has launched a van shuttle service to Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin.
At age 50, a Denver native is opening her first gym, franchised from a New York-based chain.
Packrafting “was once the sport of this ultra-hardcore adventure community,” Kelley Smith said. “But now it’s more mainstream.”