Elevated Spirit

St. Mary Catholic Church Returns to Its Glorious Splendor

An extensive remodel of Aspen's historic community treasure required artisans of all stripes.

08/02/2019 By Ross Kribbs Photography by Ross Kribbs and Michael Brands

Desk Jobs

Coworking Comes to the Roaring Fork Valley

A slew of new spaces will serve all kinds of professionals.

07/23/2019 By Catherine Lutz Photography by Ross Kribbs

Where the wild Things Grow

Foraging with Aspen Restaurateur C. Barclay Dodge

The Bosq chef’s secret ingredients? They’re probably not what you think.

07/23/2019 By Amanda M. Faison Photography by Ross Kribbs

Park Place

One Local Family's Perfect Getaway Vehicle

A refurbished vintage camper becomes a stylish and self-sufficient mode of travel.

05/24/2019 By Ali Margo Photography by Ross Kribbs

Risky Business

Let's Open up the Conversation about Avalanche Awareness

As more skiers and riders seek solitude and untracked lines in the backcountry, safety education has moved beyond snow pits and slope angles to factor in human behavior.

02/21/2019 By Catherine Lutz

Slopeside Savoring

Eat Your Way Around Snowmass

Whether you’re pinching pennies or living large, here’s your perfect day of dining at the resort.

02/19/2019 By Erica Robbie Photography by Ross Kribbs

Joint Concept

A Master Furniture Maker Lets You in on a Secret

Board by Design’s new device lets you easily create custom-made pieces.

02/14/2019 By Naomi Havlen

Year In Review

Aspen Sojourner's Most Read Articles of 2018

From new restaurants and bars, to skiing as big business and young locals making their mark in the valley, these were our most popular articles from the past year.

01/02/2019 By Aspen Sojourner Staff

Conservationist

Sojourner Salutes: Sloan Shoemaker

His unswerving advocacy to protect public lands has benefitted us all.

11/20/2018 By Allison Pattillo Photography by Ross Kribbs

Heroes

Sojourner Salutes: The Lake Christine Firefighters

Their no-holds-barred heroism saved Basalt and El Jebel.

11/20/2018 By Scott Condon Photography by Ross Kribbs

Philanthropists

Sojourner Salutes: Robert and Lexie Potamkin

This couple goes above and beyond the the traditional idea of philanthropy.

11/20/2018 By Dipika Rai Photography by Ross Kribbs

Home Cooking

Three New Restaurants Bring Fresh Flavors to Carbondale

Several longtime restaurateurs and chefs introduce a trio of eateries that merit a trip downvalley.

07/26/2018 By Tom Passavant

High Angling

The Ultimate Guide to Fishing in the Roaring Fork Valley

With four trout-choked rivers and a host of high-alpine lakes, the Aspen area is one of America’s finest fishing destinations.

07/26/2018 By Kelly Bastone Photography by Ross Kribbs

High Angling

Why Aspen Delivers Such Good Fishing

Fish stories to inspire, gold-medal status, and luxe angling trips.

07/26/2018 By Kelly Bastone

High Angling: Rivers

Aspen's Four Area Rivers Offer World-Class Angling

With so many options, fishing is a year-round pursuit in the Roaring Fork Valley.

07/26/2018 By Kelly Bastone

High Angling: Lakes

5 Aspen-Area Lakes Perfect for Wetting a Line

These cool pools are home to plenty of trout.

07/26/2018 By Kelly Bastone Photography by Ross Kribbs

At Altitude

Get Lost in the Trees at ACES

A new viewing platform gives a bird's eye view of wildlife.

05/23/2018 By Rebecca Cole

Rescue Mission

Mission Accomplished

After years of making do in a converted Pan Abode, Mountain Rescue Aspen moved into a headquarters fit for its life-saving operations.

02/01/2015 By Julie Comins

Zen Style

Scenes from a Sunken Grass Garden in the West End

Bordered by water, the contemporary courtyard both echoes and contrasts its surroundings.

05/01/2014 By Amanda Rae

Sanctuary for All

Community Cornerstone

Aspen’s oldest church has weathered a boom, a bust, the birth of an international ski resort, and 120 winters. Its recent restoration was well earned.

02/01/2014 By Jodi Buchan