As the days have become darker and colder, I look forward to the end of winter solstice and the longer days. My New Year’s resolution is to do something out of the ordinary, explore different things to do and create new adventures. In this issue, Travel Boulder provides lots of ideas.
The latest issue of our magazine is out now and we are so excited to share it with you. The issue starts with our favorite bucket list. Some highlights are night skiing at Keystone, ice climbing, snowshoeing to a yurt and searching for the ultimate hot cocoa. After all this, treat yourself and visit one of the luxurious spas on our list.
Cheese, glorious cheese: Longmont’s Cheese Importers has more than 700 different cheeses and unique gifts. We explored this wonderful family business and you should, too.
We chatted with Renée del Gaudio Architecture about her building philosophies and her creativity in design. We also suggest a few options for adventure dining in Colorado.
The Boulder International Film Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary. This beloved annual event has been a winner since the beginning.
Ever wonder what you can do in national parks in the winter and spring? We take you along for amazing experiences on our nation’s public lands. Whether you want to go somewhere with a lot of snow or somewhere warm and toasty, we also created a list of some of the best hot and cold winter getaways.
Christina’s Luxuries, a locally owned business in Boulder, is well known for meeting women’s fashion needs. From intimate apparel to a night on the town, Christina’s is the place to shop.
And be sure to dine at The Buff, which is a Boulder institution. Speaking from experience, their Bloody Marys are quite tasty. We also explored cocktail bars for your next romantic date night.
One more experience for you, visit The New Local, a Boulder nonprofit supporting female-identifying artists.
I appreciate you and the time you spent reading this issue of Travel Boulder magazine.
I hope you felt inspired.
Publisher of Travel Boulder