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Tour Time Lobo Overlook

2019-02-11T18:19:32-06:00

Tour Time - Lobo Overlook Article & Photos by URGGuide Field Editor Ryan Michelle Scavo For winter adventurers seeking a moderately difficult tour via cross-country skis or other touring setups (e.g., AT, telemark, splitboard), consider the route from the Continental Divide to Lobo Overlook. “Lobo”, spanish for wolf, is the name given to the [...]

Tour Time Lobo Overlook2019-02-11T18:19:32-06:00

New Adventures for 2019: 5 Winter Adventuring Tips

2019-02-11T17:50:56-06:00

New Adventures for 2019: 5 Winter Adventuring Tips Article and Photos by URGGuide Field Editor Ryan Michelle Scavo With seemingly countless miles of easily-accessible trails in the region, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are great ways to stay fit while exploring the Upper Rio Grande region. Here are 5 tips to get you on the [...]

New Adventures for 2019: 5 Winter Adventuring Tips2019-02-11T17:50:56-06:00

Winter Fun with Kids!

2019-05-09T16:39:04-06:00

Article and Photos by URGGuide Field Editor Ryan Michelle Scavo So you’re new parents and you want to keep outdoor activity high on the list all year long, right? Or, maybe you’re well-seasoned caretakers looking for a new outdoor experience for the little ones? Whatever your title or outdoor goals, winter is as great [...]

Winter Fun with Kids!2019-05-09T16:39:04-06:00

Winter Gear Guide

2019-05-29T21:59:52-06:00

Article & Photos by URGGuide Field Editor Ryan Michelle Scavo Temperatures and weather conditions are wide-ranging on a fall or winter day in Rio Grande country; from 45 degrees and sunny to single digits and snowing, and even to sub-zero temps (and everything in between). While you’re playing and exploring the area, prepare yourself [...]

Winter Gear Guide2019-05-29T21:59:52-06:00

Avalanche Safety

2017-09-26T13:16:14-06:00

Winter is a wonderful time to enjoy the outdoors in Upper Rio Grande, but it also requires a little extra knowledge, planning and attentiveness to do it safely. An average of six people die in avalanches every year in Colorado and there have been eight avalanche fatalities in the Upper Rio Grande over the [...]

Avalanche Safety2017-09-26T13:16:14-06:00