It was a powder day. The storm that was wreaking havoc throughout the country was the perfect mix of ingredients for a skier. Moisture was hosing the Sierra while a polar vortex spun down on the 48 states of America. This particular situation had been brewing for awhile and in Colorado’s Front Range at least… Read More

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In my recent post about learning to ski with a back-country professional, I made a joke about teaching an old dog new tricks. While it was mostly a poke at my age and my lack of skiing experience having grown up in Colorado, there is a lot of truth to the way that this mindset… Read More

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Some people get their kicks climbing mountains. For others, it’s downhill skiing. Want a little bit of both? Consider the Birkebeiner. What’s this about? 2017 marks the 44th annual Birkebeiner (pr: birk-uh-bee-ner) Cross Country Ski Race, held each year in Hayward, Wisconsin. Located in the northwest corner of the state, Hayward is home to one… Read More

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Arielle’s view It’s not easy to learn something new as an adult. For one, when on earth do I have time for that? Amongst all these adult things like working, doing laundry, paying bills, and whatnot? For two, I thought you couldn’t teach an old dog new tricks? Granted, I’m in my mid-twenties, but still…. Read More

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Oh, she swims with sharks too… Red Fox Ambassadors are special people. They are adventurers who thrive in the elements, always looking for the next great trail or climb or ride. One of our most versatile Ambassadors is New York City native Christine Dennison. Whether on land, in the water or under the ice Christine… Read More

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I threw everything I thought I would need in the car and took off toward the Goose Creek Trail with the hope of escaping the city, testing out my winter gear, and exploring a new loop trail. For my first trip this season into the backcountry on skis I had no expectations other than completing… Read More

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  Light broke to reveal a fresh coat of snow; the cold, light kind Colorado is known for. While driving through Boulder the roads had a veneer of packed powder so there was no sense in pushing the speed limit, even if I was running a bit late. Better to arrive late to the trailhead… Read More

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Red Fox’s Trek II Jacket is a versatile multi-sport weather shell designed to keep you outside and comfortable during windy or rainy weather. Made of Dry Factor 3000, the exterior of the Trek II Jacket is windproof and waterproof while maintaining its breathability. The jacket also features sealed zippers throughout the exterior of the jacket and… Read More

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