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Steps to Summit Your First 14er

May 9th, 2018

When you look out over the mountain peaks that make Colorado one of the most beautiful places to live in the country, you may see certain summits that tower over the others, snowcapped even late into the summer. Many of these are known as 14ers, and their height reaches over 14,000 feet above sea level. There are 58 of these massive peaks in Colorado, the most of any state in the country, and conquering them is a rite of passage for any outdoor enthusiast. But don’t think you can just hop on a trail and summit a 14er—these monsters take more preparation than you might think. Here’s a handy... Read More

LEAF OF THE WEEK – LA Chocolat

January 26th, 2017

Welcome to the first installment of our weekly series, LEAF OF THE WEEK.  We introduce, educate, and communicate “matters of interest” in the cannabis industry.  With the biggest chocolate holiday just around the corner, what better way to celebrate than to share the love with LA Chocolat, a DNA Genetics hybrid flower.   This hard to find indica dominate combines the popular LA Confidential with the sativa likings of Chocolope in this 60/40 blend. The display is frosty with hints of violet peaking through the dense structure. Breaking down the buds is easy and grinder-friendly.  The... Read More

Its 14er Season! Five Things to Make Climbing a 14er Happen

July 9th, 2015

That’s right, the snow is finally mostly melted and even hiking novices can venture up those rocky monsters we can see miles and miles away from the Front Range. (Well, I guess you can’t see them from Boulder proper, but it’s cause we’re too close- which is all the better). Fourteener season can be super short. You never know how early that first massive snow storm is going to hit. The fourteeners are mostly all open all year, however sometimes the roads will be closed. Snow and ice are a constant for most of the year and require more gear (crampons, snowshoes, water proof... Read More