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5 Valentines Day Hikes to Take With Your Sweetheart & Making it Special

February 13th, 2024

Looking to earn some points with your main squeeze for thoughtfulness and originality? Take your valentine on a hike this long weekend and make it special with these trips and tips. Snowshoeing Hikes 1. Hessie Trailhead: From the Hessie trailhead you can walk a short ways in to a waterfall or make it a 3 mile round trip to Lost Lake. Snowshoeing can be very tiring compared to regular hiking or walking, so be very considerate of your Sweetheart’s energy levels. However it is a great way to see nature during the winter season. 2. Rocky Mountain National Park: The park might be a popular stop... Read More

From Boulder with Love: 10 Last-Minute Valentine’s Day Gifts for Boulderites

February 12th, 2024

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and if you’re in Boulder, Colorado, you’re in luck! This vibrant city offers a plethora of unique and local options for last minute Valentine’s Day gifts. Whether you’re looking for a thoughtful gesture or a grand romantic gesture, Boulder has something for everyone. Here are 10 local and unique last minute Valentine’s Day gift ideas for the Boulderites. Rock Climbing Passes for a Local Gym: Boulder’s climbing community thrives both indoors and out. A day pass or membership to a local climbing gym such as Movement Boulder or The Spot... Read More

Love & CU Boulder ~ Valentine’s Day Date Ideas

February 13th, 2023

Consider this: As a student we have four years of meeting an absurd amount of people from all across the US, and even more so, from all across the world. It seems that there has always and will always be varying opinions over whether or not being in a relationship during the four short years of our undergraduate lives should be spent with someone, with many, or alone. Whether you think that college isn’t the time for commitment or you’re on the opposing side, Valentines Day brings out the loving side in all of us (or at least the parts of us that don’t want to be alone). So, what... Read More