Pandemic Picks

Quarantine Routines, Mountain Style

What have the editors of magazines in Aspen, Park City, and Vail been enjoying while sheltered at home? Planting a garden, escaping into nature, splurging on bourbon, and more

05/20/2020 By Jane Gendron, Cindy Hirschfeld, and Ted Katauskas

Photo Essay

Skiing into an Apocalypse

A 100-mile backcountry ski tour is supposed to be life altering. What happens when the whole world changes while you’re away from it? Follow photographer Tim Romano's epic journey from Aspen to Vail at the onset of the pandemic.

04/29/2020 Photography by Tim Romano Edited by Ted Katauskas

Call & Response

A Q&A with Architect Richard Lai

A half century after planting the seed for Aspen’s groundbreaking pedestrian mall, the recently returned resident considers his place in local history.

05/24/2017 By Ted Katauskas

Call & Response

A Q&A with Aspen Police Department Chief Richard Pryor

How a Brit with a degree in farm management ended up as top cop in a tony ski town.

05/01/2016 By Ted Katauskas

Call & Response

Mastering the Food & Wine Classic

Longtime editor-in-chief of Food & Wine magazine Dana Cowin reflects on a classic Aspen culinary celebration.

05/01/2016 By Ted Katauskas

Home Remedy

Breathe Easier with an Altitude Simulation Room

For the price of a Maserati, how about a bedroom where the engineered air is almost as rich as it is at sea level?

05/01/2016 By Ted Katauskas

A Twenty-Year Sojourn

The Real Aspen, by Aspenites: The History of Aspen Sojourner Magazine

We've made a lot of changes in 2016, so thought we should revisit the feature that tells you a little bit more about us.

07/01/2015 Edited by Michael Miracle

Nature at its Best

Magic Moments

Over the course of a year, nature produces many masterpieces. Some last for days; others are gone almost as quickly as they arrive.

07/01/2015 Edited by Catherine Lutz Photography by Daniel Bayer