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    (Andy Cross, The Denver Post)
    TravelFat bikes rolling into mountain towns, Nordic centers

    01/23/2015 09:36 AM MST
    As soon as we rolled out of the bike shop's back door and turned the corner onto Main Street in Breckenridge, I heard a surprised onlooker say: "Whoa, look at those tires." 
    Pacific Crest Trail expects more hikers thanks to "Wild"
    01/22/2015 08:12 PM MST - More hikers are expected on the Pacific Crest Trail this year, thanks to the movie "Wild," according to the Pacific Crest Trail Association, which preserves and promotes the trail. 

    Navigating Quebec City with a child and her walker
    01/22/2015 08:11 PM MST - Here's how my family rode the funicular in Quebec City for the first time: 

    For skiers, Mary Jane's new Lunch Rock is a welcome change
    01/22/2015 08:08 PM MST - I found the first blank day on my calendar and penciled in: Maggie? Jane? After a hectic holiday season, I wasn't sure which would bring me the most comfort and joy: my therapist or my favorite ski resort.  

    Angling for trout in the land of the Hobbits
    01/17/2015 08:14 PM MST - The South Island of New Zealand has seen an uptick in visitors since the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy — and now, "The Hobbit" — graced the big screen; many fans have been eager to see the sweeping "Middle-earth" scenery featured so prominently in the films. 

    New Cuba travel policy depends partly on hotels
    01/22/2015 10:14 AM MST - HAVANA — The success of President Barack Obama's new Cuba policy depends partly on hotel hand towels. 

    A taste of Korea in New Jersey
    01/17/2015 08:23 PM MST - A spa official handed us each a burlap bag, saying it was to protect us from burns when sitting on the floor. With a gulp I grabbed the bag and entered the kiln-shaped Bulhanzungmok, a Korean super sauna — an oak-fueled oven reaching 200 degrees. 

    Love it or hate it, I-70 is Colorado's gateway to play
    01/18/2015 10:40 AM MST - I-70 is, after all, one of the most complex marvels of mountain highway engineering in the country, and it handles hundreds of millions of vehicles a year.  

    2 Jackson Hole area ski resorts surpass 200 inches of snow
    01/17/2015 08:29 PM MST - The Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Grand Targhee Resort in northwest Wyoming have each exceeded 200 inches of snowfall this winter. 

    Global Entry at DIA speeds travelers through customs
    01/17/2015 08:30 PM MST - The government's Global Entry Program may be as close to successfully waving a magic wand as I'll ever get — because it can sure make an airport's customs lines disappear. 

    (Cliff Grassmick / Daily Camera)
    Super BowlEx-CU star Chad Brown finds his voice in broadcasting

    Former Buff conquers stuttering and forges a niche on radio, TV
    Former Colorado linebacker Chad Brown never has been one to shy away from an opportunity, but he has been known to shy away from talking about them. Full Story
    (Cliff Grassmick / Daily Camera)
    Super BowlEx-CU star Chad Brown finds his voice in broadcasting

    Former Buff conquers stuttering and forges a niche on radio, TV
    Former Colorado linebacker Chad Brown never has been one to shy away from an opportunity, but he has been known to shy away from talking about them. Full Story
    ( Paul Aiken / Daily Camera )
    Second Story Garage: The Dustbowl Revival

    They're called The Dustbowl Revival, but "dustbowl" should be read as style, not politics. It's more Mardi Gras than "Grapes of Wrath." You could see this band with all their belongings on the back of a wagon heading west, but it would be a party. Their Americana swing gets you tapping your toes and raising your glass. No one's down on their luck here. Full Story