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From skiing, biking and camping to cooking at altitude, favorite hikes throughout the Valley and more, your local guides are excited to introduce you to living your best, healthy life in the Roaring Fork Valley.
Ascending nearly 800 feet to the top of Highlands Bowl at 12,392 feet can be a daunting task. If you are nervous about your first hike up and ski down the Highlands Bowl, don’t worry, that’s normal for many people – myself included. With preparation and some determination, you will be rewarded with incredible views and unforgettable skiing. After many years and countless laps up and down the bowl I’m here to give you some tips to make your adventure in the bowl enjoyable and memorable.
Whether people consider themselves athletes or not, I find that living in the Roaring Fork Valley makes an athlete out of everyone. Whether you are “Netflix and chilling” or running an ultra-marathon, staying hydrated in our Alpine desert climate takes awareness. Here are some tips for the athlete in everyone, whether you are training for a race or trying to “get your steps in” to stay healthy.
As parents we are always thinking about our children’s wellbeing and what tools we can add to our parenting skillset to raise healthy, confident kids. By adding structure and routine to common sense, you can offer your kids a strong foundation that supports them as they take on the ever-changing challenges of growing up!