Month: February 2016

Ouray: The Switzerland of America

Home to the jagged peaks of the San Juan Mountains, Ouray, Colorado is holding onto to its historical mining town roots while working as a basecamp for both summer and winter adventure. Although gold and silver were the original drivers to this quaint yet stunning part of Colorado, ice climbing, jeeping, and mountain biking now […] Read more…

Opening Today: National Parks Adventure in 4k

The famed “National Parks Adventure” Film drops today in an IMAX theater near you. Narrated by Robert Redford, this film uses 4k technology to provide one of the most visually stunning and historical look at our country’s National Parks. Take a moment and checkout the trailer in all it’s wonder. Make sure you turn the […] Read more…

Michigan Ice Fest

“If you can climb in Michigan, you can climb anywhere,” said Bill Thompson, head organizer for the annual Michigan Ice Festival. Many who have discovered the wildly unique, icy landscape along the south shore of Lake Superior, share the sentiment. Sometime in late ’80s, four ice climbers from Kalamazoo, Michigan caught a whiff of ice […] Read more…