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Watch Neil Young Play More Rarities In His Latest Fireside Session

Like many others, Neil Young is helping us get through this trying time with a little music and the magic of the internet. Last week, the legendary folk-rocker invited us into his Telluride, Colorado home to perform rarities from across his discography in a six-song acoustic Fireside Session. The idea was to make … More »
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Watch Neil Young Play Rarities In Acoustic Fireside Session

Neil Young has joined the brigade of musicians offering up performance footage online. On his Neil Young Archives site, the legendary folk-rocker has posted a six-song solo acoustic Fireside Session directed by his wife, Daryl Hannah, at their Telluride, Colorado home. From various locations around the house, including the fire pit out back and the … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Neil Young, Telluride Colorado, Daryl Hannah, Neil Young Archives


‘Look at the Size of That Thing.’ Colorado Sheriff Department’s Confusing Boulder Description is Ruling Social Media

Language is, in many respects, subjective, and adjectives in particular are always up for interpretation. A “short” haircut can mean something very different to a salongoer and their hairdresser; “simple” instructions for flatpack furniture clearly read differently to many retailers than they do folks tasked with assembling their bookcases or nesting tables. Descriptions of scale can be a challenge, specifically — which the San Miguel Sheriff’s Office in Telluride, Colorado has now learned ...
Tags: News, Colorado, Uncategorized, Viral, San Miguel, Sachs, Don, Sheriff s Office, Biggie Smalls, Adam, Telluride Colorado, Onetime, San Miguel Sheriff s Office, Silverpick, Silverpick Rd


best ski resorts in North America

The absolute best places to ski in North America this winter Photo: Visit Park City S ki resorts from Vermont to California to British Columbia are slated to open for the season at the end of November, which means it’s time to start making those winter skiing and snowboarding travel plans. While there are plenty of trendy ski destinations that get a temporary buzz, they don’t always last to the next season, and even some of the mainsta...
Tags: Travel, Utah, Hollywood, Colorado, California, Montana, Oregon, US, Canada, United States, Wyoming, Skiing, Tremblant, Marilyn Monroe, Salt Lake City, Jackson


Bike-Friendly Destinations

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Bike-Friendly Destinations Are you going biking on your next trip? Then, look for the truly bike-friendly destinations. In Telluride, Colorado, if you stay at the Lumière with Inspirato, you have access to hundreds of mountain bike trails, as well as bike rentals, a repair station, and a charging station for e-bikes. In Canada, many of the hotels... The post Bike-Friendly Destinations appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel Detective.
Tags: Travel, Canada, Biking, Lumière, PeterGreenberg, Peter Greenberg, Telluride Colorado, The Essentials


2 people have died in Colorado avalanches in less than 2 weeks

Both men were skiing in Telluride, Colorado, when the avalanches hit.
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Ironman World Record: Smashing World Records at 60

Will Turner is aiming to complete 60 Iron-distance triathlons in a single year—and smashing a world record along the way. When I catch up with WILL Turner, he’s in his car driving from his hometown in Richmond, Va. down to New Orleans to compete in a quintuple ultra-triathlon—five Ironman distance triathlons (2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike, and 26.2-mile run) back-to-back for five consecutive days. But he isn’t stopping there. A few years ago, as Turner’s 60th birthday approached, he decide...
Tags: California, Sport, Cycling, New Orleans, Turner, Naples, Richmond, Chris, Telluride Colorado, USAT, Richmond VA, Big Sur, Naples Florida, Chris DeStefano, Will Turner, Lake Anna Va


Every American pizza style, ranked

Pizza symbolizes everything great about America. It came to us from another country, but over generations, we’ve changed it, adapted it, put our own twists on it, and made something that, to most of us, is even better than the original. Sure, you can still get fantastic pizza in Italy, but will it have pepperoni curled into grease pools? Or avocado on top? Or square slices rimmed with deliciously-burnt cheese? Likely not. Americans across the country have made regional tweaks to pizza, creati...
Tags: Travel, Food, New York, California, New York City, America, Chicago, Brooklyn, Connecticut, Italy, Cambridge, Miami, Lake Erie, Buffalo, St Louis, Detroit


Americans skiers return safely from world’s 4th highest peak

KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — American extreme skiers who overcame poor weather and equipment and oxygen problems to successfully ski down from the summit of the world’s fourth-highest peak have returned safely from the mountain. James Morrison of Tahoe, California, and Hilaree Nelson of Telluride, Colorado, returned to Nepal’s capital on Thursday looking forward to a […]
Tags: News, Nepal, Telluride Colorado, James Morrison, KATHMANDU Nepal, Tahoe California, Nation & World, Hilaree Nelson


American climbers ski down world’s 4th-highest mountain

KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Two American climbers have successfully skied down from the summit of the world’s fourth-highest mountain, organizers said Monday. James Morrison of Tahoe, California, and Hilaree Nelson of Telluride, Colorado, scaled Mount Lhotse’s 8,516-meter (27,940-foot) summit on Sunday with two other climbers and three Nepalese Sherpa guides, said Pemba Sherpa of Xtreme […]
Tags: News, Sports, Telluride Colorado, James Morrison, KATHMANDU Nepal, Tahoe California, Nation & World, Mount Lhotse, Hilaree Nelson, Pemba Sherpa of Xtreme


‘The Front Runner’ Early Buzz: Hugh Jackman is Oscar Worthy in Robert Altman-esque Political Drama

This weekend the Telluride Film Festival is getting a sneak peek at some of the movies that will be hitting the festival circuit in the coming weeks. A good amount of them had already debuted at the Venice Film Festival this past week, but one that we hadn’t yet heard anything about yet was the political drama The Front Runner, directed by Jason Reitman and starring Hugh Jackman. That changed today. After the first trailer for The Front Runner debuted earlier this week, audiences got to see Hug...
Tags: Utah, Post, Movies, Drama, Movie Reviews, Hugh-Jackman, Mike Leigh, Jason-Reitman, Herald, Telluride, Venice Film Festival, Telluride Film Festival, Political, Trump, Robert Altman, Indiewire


Telluride Colorado: Full of Fun and Festivals

Telluride Colorado is a summer and winter playground high in the Rocky Mountains. Find excellent skiing, summer festivals,tacos, mountains and more.
Tags: Travel, Colorado, United States, Telluride, Destinations, Telluride Colorado


These 7 US cities are over

The problem with anything great is everyone else knows about it. That great new neighborhood restaurant you found before anyone else now has a three-hour wait a year later. Many places that were once cool, undiscovered finds are now borderline unbearable, with sky-high prices everywhere you look. The good news is that for every one of these overplayed, overhyped cities, new cities come along and fill the void they leave behind. That’s why we’re proclaiming these seven cities officially over f...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Texas, California, La, US, America, San Francisco, Austin, Hawaii, Miami, Nashville, John, Napa, Kingston, Oakland


1996 Everest blizzard survivor found dead in Telluride home

TELLURIDE, Colo. (AP) — A survivor of the deadly 1996 Mount Everest expedition has died at her home in Telluride, Colorado. Charlotte Fox was found dead in her home May 24 at age 61. Friends who were staying with Fox during Mountainfilm weekend reportedly found her at the bottom of stairs in the house. San […]
Tags: News, Fox, Mount Everest, Telluride, Colo AP, Telluride Colorado, Nation & World, Mountainfilm, Charlotte Fox


Trail Mix – Leftover Salmon

I first remember hearing the name Leftover Salmon in the mid-nineties after moving to Charlottesville. I can still see the photocopied handbill – printed on a violent shade of purple – stapled on a telephone pole outside a record shop on the Corner. I later caught the band for the first time at the old pavilion there on the Downtown Mall and have been a fan ever since. For over twenty-five years, these genre-bending godfathers of jam – led by Vince Herman and Drew Emmitt – have been touring the ...
Tags: Music, America, Sport, Cycling, Bristol, North Carolina, Charlottesville, Duke, Andy, Southeast, UNC, Telluride Colorado, Trail Mix, Downtown Mall, Pour House, Andy Thorn


10 epic high-alpine hotels you need to stay in before you die

The mountains are calling. When hotels this gorgeous await, it’s hard to say no. These high-alpine hotels have no need for glossy travel brochures. Matador Network takes you around the world to eleven of the highest and most picturesque hotels on the planet. 1. Lyngen North — a glass igloo in the Lyngen Alps, Norway Photo: Lyngen North Photo: Lyngen North For the ultimate in trans-sensory experience, lie on the heated floor of your igloo and stare up at the Northern Lights. It’s a trip-w...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Canada, Everest, Peru, Bhutan, Telluride, Zermatt, Alpine, Himalaya, All, Matador Network, Telluride Colorado, Patagonia Chile, Zermatt Switzerland, Unique Hotels


Women's travel events

While women-focused gatherings are easy to find within your hometown or among your personal group of friends, women-focused travel events are less so. Women’s History Month begins on the first of March. During the month, there are many women-centered travel deals and experiences that will bring women, adventurers, together. Here are 7 women’s travel events happening during Women’s History Month. 1. Women’s Travel Fest Photo: Women’s Travel Fest While Women’s Travel Fest is less of a vacat...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, New York City, Patagonia, North Carolina, Costa Rica, Ludlow, All, Women Travelers, Puerto Vallarta, Big Apple, Telluride Colorado, Hudson Valley, Women Only, Mohonk Mountain House, Pinehurst Resort


Living In A Small Town Didn't Stop These People From Starting Women's Marches

While millions of urban Women’s March demonstrators showed there’s strength in numbers on Saturday, small-town America proved there’s also strength in taking a stand no matter how many people are by your side. Sister marches to the Women’s March on Washington sprung up in every nook and cranny across the U.S. this weekend, even in cities home to fewer than 10,000 people. In some of those tiny towns, local residents estimate around half its citizens marched.  Two professors, the University of Con...
Tags: News, Washington, US, America, Huffington Post, Telluride, Gus Kenworthy, Carole King, Catalina Island, University of Denver, Telluride Colorado, Asheville, University of Connecticut, Minnesota Public Radio, Sitka, Lydia O Connor


Living In A Tiny Town Didn't Stop These People From Starting Women's Marches

While millions of urban Women’s March demonstrators showed there’s strength in numbers on Saturday, small-town America proved there’s also strength in taking a stand no matter how many people are by your side. Sister marches to the Women’s March on Washington sprung up in every nook and cranny across the U.S. this weekend, even in cities home to fewer than 10,000 people. In some of those tiny towns, local residents estimate around half its citizens marched.  Two professors, the University of Con...
Tags: News, Washington, US, America, Huffington Post, Telluride, Gus Kenworthy, Carole King, Catalina Island, University of Denver, Telluride Colorado, Asheville, University of Connecticut, Minnesota Public Radio, Sitka, Lydia O Connor


Your Local Snowboard Event Calendar for 2017

As the New Year settles upon us, there are plenty of snowboarding events for you to sink your edges into this season. Here is a list of events broken down by resort to help you fill your own personal calendar.   Jan. 19-22 - US Grand Prix / FIS World Cup Snowboard Cross Finals This is the Marquee snowboard event in Utah this season. In a non-Olympic year, the FIS US Grand Prix is the arguably the biggest and most important boarder cross event of the season. For the first time, Solitud...
Tags: Utah, Sport, Skiing, Brighton, Park City, UTA, Telluride Colorado, USASA, Snowbasin, Wasatch, Travis Rice, Slug


Plane Crash Victims: Who Is Eric Falbe? Bodies Of All Four Family Members Found After Plane Crash

The bodies of a family of four from Arizona were discovered in the wreckage of a plane crash Tuesday in the mountainous northern region of Payson, Arizona. The family, which had two teenage daughters, was making their annual holiday ski trip to Telluride, Colorado, when their small plane crashed for reasons that remain unknown, Gila County Sheriff Adam Shepherd said.
Tags: News, Arizona, Telluride Colorado, Payson Arizona, Gila County


4 dead following plane crash in rugged Arizona mountains

PAYSON, Ariz. (AP) — Searchers in Arizona found the bodies of four members of a family Tuesday in the wreckage of a small plane that crashed on a flight from Scottsdale to Telluride, Colorado, officials said.
Tags: News, Arizona, Scottsdale, Telluride Colorado


4 dead following plane crash in rugged Arizona mountains

PAYSON, Ariz. (AP) — Searchers in Arizona found the bodies of four members of a family Tuesday in the wreckage of a small plane that crashed on a flight from Scottsdale to Telluride, Colorado, officials said. Debris from the single-engine Cessna 210 was spotted north of Payson on the rugged Mogollon Rim, Gila County Sheriff […]
Tags: News, Arizona, Scottsdale, Cessna, Telluride Colorado, Payson, Nation & World


Hit The Slopes (Or The Spa) In Telluride, Colorado

Wanna know a secret about ski resorts? The best ones don’t require any skiing. So whether you’re itching to hit the slopes or prefer to view the great outdoors from a massage table, this giveaway’s got the best of both worlds.We’re teaming up with Self and Allure to treat you and a friend to a two-night stay at Madeline Hotel and Residences, a world-class ski resort and luxury hotel in Telluride, Colorado. You’ll get $1,000 for flights and, once you’re there, another $1,000 to spend on the slop...
Tags: Fashion, Music, California, Disney, United States, Rhode Island, Telluride Colorado


Awesome fall colors in your photos

Summer may be over , but fall is a great time to capture stunning photos. With the shorter days and less sun, the chlorophyl in the leaves — which give them their green hue — breaks down and we’re gifted with numerous colors: reds, yellows, oranges, and browns. For a photographer though there’s more than just pointing and shooting. These tips will help take your autumn photo sessions to new heights. 1. Visit a mountain town. Before the mountains turn white and while you can still walk on har...
Tags: Travel, Photos, Fall, Photography, Fall Colors, Telluride Colorado, Japanese Garden, Deschutes River, Banff Alberta


An Incredible Mountain Wedding With 12 Guests

There are a million reasons to want a wedding in the mountains, but for McKenzie & Brandon it came down to a celebratory escape with 12 of their nearest and dearest. Nestled in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains, they crafted a truly intimate affair with Heather Payne behind the lens. We’re obsessed with the end results and if you have yet to check out their rehearsal dinner, what are you waiting for? Please upgrade your browser Share this gorgeous gallery on ...
Tags: Post, Colorado, Dating, Zara, Tom Ford, The Blog, San Juan Mountains, Destination, Kelly, Telluride Colorado, Observatory, Heather Payne, Abby, Real Weddings, Real Wedding, Claire Pettibone


This Week In Running: September 12, 2016

The World Mountain Running Championships turned into a medal haul for the U.S. In other action, Jim Walmsley was back racing and next weekend’s Run Rabbit Run 100 Mile is previewed. World Mountain Running Championships – Sapareva Banya, Bulgaria The championships alternate between uphill and up-and-down courses. This year’s event, the 32nd annual, was an uphill race in southwestern Bulgaria. Senior Men Joe Gray, the franchise of the U.S. national team over the past decade, won his first-ever i...
Tags: Usa, Texas, Minnesota, Colorado, Australia, Mexico, France, Oregon, China, Germany, Sport, Turkey, Czech Republic, Austria, Pennsylvania, Italy


10 Crazy Rooms Of The Rich & Famous

If a home is just a reflection of one’s personal style, then it’s safe to say our favorite celebs have some pretty wild tastes. And while a rare few may choose to live modestly, many stars see a house as a prime opportunity to flaunt their excesses. It seems the bigger the name, the more decadent the dwelling.We’re not talking about run-of-the-mill hot tubs or chandeliers here, either. We're talking about entire rooms dedicated to extravagant pursuits, from wine mines to casinos to bowling alle...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Beyonce, Jay Z, Tennessee, Connecticut, New Jersey, Alicia Keys, Fergie, New Orleans, Manhattan, Jennifer Lopez, Justin Timberlake, East Coast, Oprah, Jay


Race Directoring

Let me tell you a little bit about the Kendall Mountain Run in Silverton, Colorado. First held in 1978, it is based on an apocryphal bet between miners in 1908. Apparently they got to arguing about how fast they could run from the bar to the top of 13,066-foot Kendall Mountain and back, and this argument escalated into a full-blown chest-pumping let’s-do-it-right-now sort of challenge. So they went for it. The miners were a strong bunch, and they went straight up the avalanche chute, which is no...
Tags: Colorado, Sport, Running, Telluride, Greg, Ricky, Meghan, Telluride Colorado, US Forest Service, Telluride Ski Resort, Mountain Village, San Miguel County, Dakota Jones' Column, Dakota Jones


This Week In Running: August 8, 2016

Events in the Skyrunner World Series and the Altra U.S. Skyrunner Series were the weekend’s marquee draws, and are highlighted alongside a number of regional races in this week’s column. Tromsø Skyrace – Tromsø, Norway Thanks to Moosejaw for supporting TWIR! Held in the northernmost city in the world, the third-annual event certainly appears to be one of the world’s most technical, appropriately earning it a spot in the new Skyrunner Extreme Series. The U.K.’s Tom Owens was on point and ran ...
Tags: California, Montana, Virginia, America, Spain, Sport, Ukraine, Maine, Paris, Italy, Running, Switzerland, Finland, Ohio, Norway, Jack