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DENVER — Broncos Stadium at Mile High will host two big events Sunday. The first is the 6th annual Broncos FIT 7K walk and run. The 7-kilometer (about 4.35 mile) run begins at 8:30 a.m. with waves being released every five minutes. Runners will start from the stadium before going through the Sloan’s Lake neighborhood. […]
The top of Colorado Springs’ Cheyenne Mountain is about to open to the public for the first time after eight years of preparation. Cheyenne Mountain State Park hoped to host a soft opening of the new Dixon Trail by Friday but was delayed because the trail system was not quite ready, said Mitchell Martin, park manager. […]
Hands covered in chalk. Trusting someone else with your life. Looking down from high, high up as you hang by nothing but one hand. That may sound scary to some. To a climber it’s just another thrilling day, and now there’s a new spot in Englewood to take it to the next level. The nation’s […]
As I walk through the park every morning, I continue to notice some leaves begin to change on the trees. And even though that makes me instantly depressed because I know that the winter months are close, I get excited for those cooler fall days with lightweight jackets and sweater dresses. So when I found […]