A firm that runs several trail-finding websites for hikers, bikers, climbers, runners and skiers has been acquired by the outdoor retail giant.
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May’s weather left the Denver area’s rivers at high levels, signaling an extended season ahead for the rafting business.
A Boulder yoga chain is stretching into new markets with two new studios on the way and several more in the works.
After climbing the world’s highest peaks, an outdoorsman is taking on his next big challenge: navigating the state government.
Returning to its original brand, a Thornton gym is set for renovations and upgrades. And its owner is weighing the possibility of a second location.
A large Stapleton gym and sports facility is bulking up even more with a $3 million 33,000-square-foot addition.
Maxing out its current facility, a LoDo CrossFit gym is expanding into what it sees as the next up-and-coming neighborhood: RiNo.
With recent snowfall and the closure of many other area slopes, Arapahoe Basin eclipsed its most-visited day by 15 percent over the weekend.
A ski resort planner who got his start with Vail as a college intern is filling the role of mountain planner for two Denver resorts.
The tech boom is pushing a software-oriented gym concept into Denver. A software engineer is launching a 14th Avenue fitness franchise that will include computerized machines to customize workouts.