ColoradoCool Apparel at the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park

ColoradoCool Apparel at the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park
First off, I don’t know how this isn’t a better known spot...its epic. I had heard of it in passing but had no idea how amazing it is. The depth of the canyon is insane (deepest point-Warner Point-2,722 feet), with a flowing river at the bottom that echoes through the canyon, clearly audible even at the top.

Reservoir Ridge (Fort Collins)

Reservoir Ridge (Fort Collins)
Mountain Biking Reservoir Ridge - Horsetooth Reservoir - Fort Collins It's always a pleasant surprise when you find a trail right in your own backyard. What defines a trick ass trail you might ask? Well, the trail needs to be stimulating yet grueling. Long rock gardens, sketchy, narrow chutes and just...

Limbaugh/715 Trail (Colorado Springs)

Limbaugh/715 Trail (Colorado Springs)
Limbaugh / 715 Trail - Monument to Palmer Lake Labor Day weekend in CO is probably one of the most difficult times to escape crowds. Luckily, Colorado Springs is full of amazing forests. We know wherever there are some badass Ponderosa Pines there are likely some badass trails. Even better,...

Hewlett Gulch (Poudre Canyon, Fort Collins)

Hewlett Gulch (Poudre Canyon, Fort Collins)
Hiking/Mountain Biking Hewlett Gulch Trail Hewlett Gulch is a beautiful back woods trail located just outside Fort Collins, about 30 minutes west in the Poudre Canyon. The scenery in the springtime makes for an absolutely breathtaking experience. The intense smell of columbines flourishing in this area and the refreshing sound...

Seaman Reservoir (Poudre Canyon, Fort Collins)

Seaman Reservoir (Poudre Canyon, Fort Collins)
ColoradoCool Apparel featured hike: Seaman Reservoir ***PLEASE NOTE*** This blog post was written in 2016. Seaman Reservoir is now exclusively available to people fishing and hunting, and the rope swing has been taken down. Huge bummer! Loss of an amazing spot! But, hope the fishing is good!  - - - ...

Germantown, NY

Germantown, NY
NY’s Catskill and Adirondack Mountains are dwarfed in comparison to the giants yall have in Colorado, but we still seem to find some great places to climb around. Moderate hikes lead us to some spectacular views.