Retirement is great for finding time to do what you never could while working or raising a family. This part of life also allows you time for hobbies and exercise. Whereas some retirees turn to golf to ease their boredom, others may opt for other conventional physical exercises, like cycling. In fact, cycling is a great low-impact outdoor activity nearly anyone in good health can do. Check out some of these best cycling tips for beginners to help you get started.
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Paddle boarding and kayaking are easy - with a few tips from Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
Bipartisan legislation that would provide billions of dollars for public lands has passed the United State House of Representatives.
Colorado statewide fishing report and conditions from Colorado Parks and Wildlife for the week ending July 18, 2020.
Colorado statewide fishing report and conditions for the 2020 Independence Day weekend from Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife will be a part of Operation Dry Water July 3-July 5, with increased patrols to enforce boating under the influence (BUI) laws over the holiday weekend.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis is asking people in the states to use caution and practice social distancing while celebrating Independence Day.
Off-roading is an exciting activity for people of all ages. Off-roaders drive their pickup trucks over large boulders, through muddy riverbeds, over sand dunes, or over any other unsurfaced path. While many modern trucks have specific off-road trims, every truck owner should consider some aftermarket pieces. These are some of the best off-roading modifications for pickup trucks.
Bent's Old Fort in southeast Colorado will be holding an Independence Dat parade and other activities July 4.
(The Center Square) - The ski industry has taken an estimated $2 billion hit because of shutdowns stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a trade group.
The Colorado-based National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) said U.S. ski visit totals for the 2019-20 season were down 14 percent to 51.1 million visitors.
The association's $2 billion estimation "was derived from NSAA's historical revenue and visitation data."