Your Guide to Glamping in Colorado and Beyond
303 Magazine » Outdoor + Travel
by Jessica Hughes
2w ago
Summer is in full swing and so is glamping in Colorado. So, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite spots for exploring the outdoors all while enjoying the amenities of home. From glass domes, yurts and cabins to luxury safari tents, teepees and more, there are plenty of options to suit anyone’s outdoor accommodation needs. Glamping in Colorado Pagosa River Domes Pagosa River Domes. Photo by WildCrafted Photography. Resting along the banks of the San Juan River in Pagoda Springs, the Pagosa River Domes are one of the newest Colorado glamping properties to open in the state. Fourteen modern dome ..read more
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Turkish Airlines’ Inaugural Nonstop Route from Denver to Istanbul Takes off as DEN’s Longest Flight
303 Magazine » Outdoor + Travel
by Jessica Hughes
1M ago
On June 11, Turkish Airlines serviced its first-ever direct flight from Denver International Airport (DEN) to Istanbul Airport (IST). This marks the longest flight operating out of DEN at 12 hours and 45 minutes, and 6,130 miles — beating United’s direct flight to the Narita Airport in Tokyo. Turkish Airlines is now the 26th airline to operate at Denver’s airport. The inaugural flight, TK201, took off from Istanbul Airport (IST) on June 11 at 13:55 local time and arrived at Denver International Airport (DEN) on June 11 at 17:40, while the return flight, TK202, departed from Denver to Istanbul ..read more
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Wellness Elevated at the Garden of the Gods Resort
303 Magazine » Outdoor + Travel
by Jessica Hughes
1M ago
Wellness travel has become a major trend, with travelers increasingly seeking opportunities to rejuvenate their minds and bodies while on the road. No longer is wellness just an amenity – it’s an entire experience that guests expect from hotels and resorts. Today’s wellness-minded traveler looks for properties that offer dedicated wellness programs, experiences and design elements incorporated into the entire stay. In-room amenities like yoga mats, fitness equipment, healthier minibar snacks, air purifiers, aromatherapy and circadian lighting are becoming standard. Since the end of the pandemi ..read more
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Outside Festival Makes Its Debut in Downtown Denver
303 Magazine » Outdoor + Travel
by Jessica Hughes
1M ago
Downtown Denver welcomed the first-ever Outside Festival at Civic Center Park this past weekend. It’s a vision that started two years ago, said Conor Hall, the director of The Colorado Office of Outdoor Recreation Industry. “The vision is simple, it is to build the national convening place for the 1.1 trillion dollar outdoor industry, a South by Southwest for all things outdoors.” Fueled by a partnership with Outside Interactive Inc., The Colorado Office of Outdoor Recreation Industry, and Visit Denver, the festival billed itself as a one-stop-shop celebrating everything outdoors with live mus ..read more
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Where History Sleeps: Colorado Ghost Towns
303 Magazine » Outdoor + Travel
by Zoe Stockwell
1M ago
Beyond its famous landmarks and vibrant cities, much of Colorado’s rich history lies in the almost-forgotten ghost towns scattered throughout the state. relics and fragments of the past. Built on a dream, but soon became relics of the past, these abandoned settlements harbor stories of silver booms, optimism, and the fleeting nature of life. These five Colorado ghost towns offer a hauntingly beautiful experience through the American frontier and are the most accessible to tour and hike. This summer, explore these once-booming towns for a glimpse into the lives of pioneers who once thrived in t ..read more
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A Summer Road Trip Guide to Bryce Canyon Country
303 Magazine » Outdoor + Travel
by Jessica Hughes
1M ago
Summer is synonymous with road trips. There’s no need to worry about icy roads or snow storms. School’s out and businesses are back in full swing to support summer travelers. It’s the perfect time of year to hit the open road for an epic adventure. And there is no better place to do this than in Southern Utah’s Bryce Canyon Country. A geological masterpiece sculpted by time, the landscape of Southern Utah begins with the Colorado Plateau, upon which Southern Utah rests. The massive area encompasses everything from the natural rock arches of Arches National Park and the deep canyons of Canyonla ..read more
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Pedal Into History With Colorado Railbike Adventures
303 Magazine » Outdoor + Travel
by Zoe Stockwell
1M ago
This Memorial Day weekend, the town of Erie and its locals, including Jeff Rummer and his family will bring a new way to welcome visitors and celebrate the historic town with Colorado Railbike Adventures, the state’s newest and most unique experience to switch up date night or a family vacation. Hop on a railbike (a mix between a bicycle and a train) and celebrate 15 decades of one of Colorado’s most delightful towns while experiencing “history, recreation, scenic views, and the thrill of pedaling along the second oldest tracks in the state” with Colorado Railbike Adventures. Dating back 150 y ..read more
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Exploring the Intersection of Art and Skiing
303 Magazine » Outdoor + Travel
by Britta Winans
2M ago
The 23/24 ski season has come to an end, but the spirit of skiing lives on through its many forms, including art. This offseason gives us the perfect opportunity to appreciate and explore the intersection of art and skiing. The skier is the paintbrush and the mountain is its canvas. This concept is cliche, but sometimes cliches exist because they can’t be refuted. The convergence of art and skiing is undeniable. From film and photography to painting and digital mediums, skiing can be the subject of any art form imaginable. The physical act of skiing is an art within itself — a striking form of ..read more
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Tips for How to Best Prepare for Summiting Your First 14er
303 Magazine » Outdoor + Travel
by Mia Barnes
2M ago
Summer is approaching, and it’s time to pull out that bucket list of Colorado 14ers you want to summit. For many Coloradans, summiting a 14er is almost a right of passage. Whether your goal is reaching the top of all the 14ers or simply hiking to the top of one in their lifetime, this undertaking should be taken seriously. Summiting your first 14er can feel like a daunting task and while there are certainly “easier” 14ers than others, reaching any summit safely and successfully is not easy and requires some preparedness. So, before you seek the summit, use these tips to help prepare for your j ..read more
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A-Basin Achieves Carbon Neutrality
303 Magazine » Outdoor + Travel
by Britta Winans
2M ago
Known for having the longest ski season in Colorado, A-Basin is also making a name for itself as a leader in sustainability. Months ahead of its 2025 goal, A-Basin now operates with a net-neutral carbon footprint. After announcing 100% renewable energy in October of 2023, they continue to make their mark in the ski industry as a leader in sustainability.                        A solar winter. Photo courtesy of Arapahoe Basin In 2018, the sustainability team at A-Basin designed a s ..read more
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