I love Boulder this time of year—it is so beautiful. Summer and fall can be the most enjoyable seasons of the year. The weather is great, the days are long and the Front Range foothills are green. Travel Boulder is thrilled to bring you our latest summer/fall issue, which offers ideas for experiences, things to do, places to visit and foods to enjoy.
The latest issue of our magazine is out now and we are so excited to share it with you. The issue starts off with our bucket list of hidden gems—need I say more? It only gets better with the 100th anniversary of The Sink, serving the best hamburger in town. Meet the maker: We interviewed Gary Berg, founder and owner of Academy, and learned about the offerings and lifestyle at the new Academy Mapleton Hill.
Boulder County is quite unique and this is a great example: Our editor Sarah Kuta enjoyed a remarkable calming meditation experience with honey bees at Capella Ranch’s “bee huts.”
It’s patio season! Check out the best Boulder County patios. We explored outdoor dining areas that you may like to visit.
The Boulder Arts Association turns 100 years old. This nonprofit organization has helped foster Boulder’s thriving arts scene by supporting visual artists of all kinds, from painters and photographers to sculptors and mixed media artists.
Cycling in the Boulder area is amazing. Our story shares how Boulder became a world-class cycling town and offers suggestions on where to ride. We looked at the ever-popular e-bike movement and, after reading our story, you might discover if one is right for you.
Visit the finest wine stores in Boulder. Stop by on the way home and pick up your favorite bottle of red or white after your daily activities.
We explored what is happening at North American ski areas in the summer. There’s so much to do while being surrounded by beautiful summer vistas, like this one at Schweitzer in Idaho.
My son first turned me on to Art Parts. The name says it all: A store with all sorts of recycled art supplies and materials. If you are working on a project or have materials to donate yourself, go visit Art Parts.
For that sweet tooth in everyone, Sweet Scoops is a must-read and a wonderful guide to Boulder’s finest ice cream shops.
I hope that you enjoy this issue of Travel Boulder magazine as much as we have enjoyed making it. Twice a year, we get the pleasure to create this beautiful magazine. If you enjoy our publication, visit travelboulder.com for new articles every week.