Access to able bodies is essential to environmental nonprofits’ role in public-land management.
Though Karen Schroyer’s job as a U.S. Forest Service district ranger requires ample administrative duties, it also brings a more agreeable sort of office time.
Plan your Outing
We would never encourage someone to hike while perusing an iPad. But spending some time on a tablet to select your hike beforehand?
The fifty-year-old Wilderness Act, which sanctified Aspen’s backyard, will be fêted this summer.
The foot-wide ditches streaming water through Aspen’s West End, including the rivulets on the grounds of the Benedict Music Tent and Aspen Meadows, are among the wonderful aesthetic treats of summer.
Bordered by water, the contemporary courtyard both echoes and contrasts its surroundings.
Aspen’s latest eco-friendly effort wheels into town this summer.
How a computer crash almost stopped the music for Aspen’s Dancing Fountain.
Time to Explore
Two of Aspen’s most popular trails—the Rio Grande and Hunter Creek Trails have linked up in a match made in hiking heaven.