Monthly Archives: January 2011

Last day to buy College X Pass

The College X Pass — which provides two days of skiing at any of Aspen’s four mountains for $78 during the 2011 Winter X Games (students only) — makes it possible to ski bum-slash-dirtbag it in Aspen this weekend. But … Continue reading

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Train smarter, not harder

I’ve been following climber Kelly Cordes’ series “Fighting Forty” on the Cleanest Line, and he posted his final segment yesterday. I’ve enjoyed it so much I had to pimp it here. I have a few more years before I have … Continue reading

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Emily Harrington at the Ouray Ice Fest

Boulder-based climber Emily Harrington competed in the Ouray Ice Festival comp over the weekend for the first time. Emily hasn’t been climbing ice very long at all. But (you probably already know) she totally crushes rock, so I’m not surprised … Continue reading

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Winter Bike to Work Day

Registration is now open for Boulder’s Winter Bike to Work Day, which is January 19. Today isn’t the best day to be thinking about riding your bike to work in the winter. The roads aren’t very clear. It’s freaking cold. … Continue reading

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