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Steamboat Ski Jumping

Youth launched by the sport of ski jumping take to the skies over Steamboat Springs.

Heartbreak Highway

Ghost towns scattered along Highway 350 remind travelers of Plains pioneer dreams.

Manitou Weird

Unusual business brings customers to Manitou Springs stores where the wares are weird.

Little Museums in the Big City

A dozen Denver museums await discovery for fans of everything from vintage baseball to $10,000 bills.

November/December 2019

The November/December 2019 issue of Colorado Life takes readers ski jumping with youth in Steamboat Springs. We drive the “Heartbreak Highway east of Trinidad in search of ghost towns. Our contributors discover the weird and warped shops of Manitou Springs and tour a dozen little museums in the big city of Denver. Topping it all off, we include the Best of Colorado Life’s cookbook recipes.

A golden eddy in the current of time

Ride the rails on the Cumbres & Toltec Railroad, the longest and loftiest narrow-gauge route remaining in the United States.

Saving the ghosts in Victor

Victor, a mining mecca west of Pikes Peak marks a 125-year history and looks forward to a golden future.

Knapp Ranch revives old ways near Vail

A photographic book captures the architecture, nature and agriculture of Knapp Ranch beneath Eagle County peaks.

Mt. Evans Scenic Byway: Altitude Champion of North America

Ride the rails on the Cumbres & Toltec Railroad, the longest and loftiest narrow-gauge route remaining in the United States.

Purple Mountain Majesties Along Pikes Peak Highway

Pikes Peak, thought inaccessible by its namesake Zebulon Pike, was the inspiration behind Katherine Lee Bates’ America the Beautiful.

Alamosa

San Luis Valley's Gateway to the Great Sand Dunes.

Avalanche Rescuers

Inside the dangerous would of avalanche rescuers.