Rocky Mountain Road Trip: Best Things To See & Do From Denver To Telluride

There’s no better way to experience the Rockies than on one of Colorado’s most iconic road trips from the Mile High City of Denver to the preserved mining town and hip, the small city of Telluride. Full of quirky, small-town stops and breathtaking natural sights along the way, this amazing two-day itinerary takes travelers deep into the heart of some of CO’s best Rocky Mountain scenery. Fully customizable and with plenty of optional stops along the way, this breathtaking journey is set to the backdrop of one of North America’s most iconic mountain ranges—and gives visitors the chance to experience the best of Colorado’s frontier past while enjoying the cool, small town vibes of its present—all in one memorable trip.

Huntington Beach’s Brett Simpson among the 2022 inductees into Surfing Walk of Fame

Huntington Beach’s Brett Simpson started out surfing at a young age, 11 or 12 years old, though not as young as some of his peers.’I started a little bit late,’ he said. ‘Right away I was intrigued by how difficult surfing is. I was playing a lot of ball sports and it was going good, but I ended up falling in love with surfing. Thank God my mom loved the beach, because we didn’t live close. We were about 20 minutes away, so it was important to have someone in the family. My dad was a little bit skeptical at the start, but from then on it took over my life.

Camp 4 Is an Iconic Part of Climbing History

On the north side of Yosemite Valley, at the base of one of the world’s most iconic rock formations, El Capitan, is a renegade campground known for its colorful tents and innovative athletes that thrive outside the mainstream. It’s a place that’s become iconic in climbing history.The Ahwahneechee Native Americans named Half Dome the ‘Face of a Young Woman Stained with Tears,’ due to colonies of lichens that have formed the dark, weeping-like stripes along drainage tracks on the face of Half Dome.

US coach makes dramatic rescue of artistic swimmer at worlds

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Andrea Fuentes prevented a tragedy at the swimming world championships with her quick reaction.The United States coach knew something was wrong when she saw artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez sink motionless to the bottom of the pool during a solo free routine on Wednesday.The fully clothed Fuentes dived in. She swam to the unresponsive Alvarez, put her arms around her, and lifted her to the water’s surface, where another person helped get her out of the pool.Alvarez, a two-time Olympian, had fainted.

US coach makes dramatic rescue of artistic swimmer at worlds

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Andrea Fuentes prevented a tragedy at the swimming world championships with her quick reaction.The United States coach knew something was wrong when she saw artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez sink motionless to the bottom of the pool during a solo free routine on Wednesday.The fully clothed Fuentes dived in. She swam to the unresponsive Alvarez, put her arms around her, and lifted her to the water’s surface, where another person helped get her out of the pool.Alvarez, a two-time Olympian, had fainted.