There are beautiful fall photos and fun stories galore in our September/October 2016 issue. Discover the top 10 fall-color hot spots on mountain passes, ride a wacky historic train and taste authentic Pueblo chiles – plus a whole lot more.
The canyon's stark beauty inspires the same awe in modern travelers as it did the Utes and 19th-century explorers.
On the banks of Bear Creek in Evergreen, the Highland Haven has been a favorite getaway for Coloradans since husband-and-wife owners Tom Statzel and Gail Riley bought it more than 35 years ago.
Isabella Bird and Mountain Jim conquer Longs Peak
Victor Wisdom and Carol Wisdom-Silvey of Wisdom Rides are the fourth generation of their family in the carnival business.
The Steve Canyon statue perplexes visitors to Idaho Springs.
A scenic journey in the shadow of the Spanish Peaks traces the footsteps of outlaws and conquistadors.
Students in Jay Young’s gator-wrestling class, at his Colorado family farm, might be thrill-seekers, but by wrestling the reptiles, they’re also helping move the animals so they can be treated for illness or injuries.
The foothills of southern Colorado became a war zone a century ago when months of simmering conflict reached a boiling point.
The small town of San Luis in southern Colorado is steeped in history – but that’s what you’d expect from the oldest town in the state. Enjoy a taste of old-time San Luis from two of its most-cherished chefs.
Like mad scientists tucked in the heart of Pueblo, Solar Roast Coffee’s founding brothers, David and Mike Hartkop, run the only commercial solar-powered coffee roaster in the world. We toured the Hartkops' downtown coffee house from the dining room to the behind-the-scenes storeroom where a "Helios 5" roaster prepares beans for 100 percent organic cups of joe.