All the details, trip reports, pictures and epic stories of climbing Pikes Peak, our 14,115-foot mountain of love. Never climbed America's Mountain? This is the place to start! Click "START DISCUSSION" to enter your stories/photos.
From Palmer Park to Barr Trail, Cheyenne Canyon to the Garden of the Gods, we're very lucky to have this network of trails. Post your photos and tell us about your adventures. Click "START DISCUSSION" to your stories/photos.
Whether you like the speed and excitement of downhill skiing and snowboarding, or a peaceful cross-country kick and glide, we want to hear about your experiences on Colorado's powder. Share your snow-sports stories and photos on PikesPeakSports.us.
Are we lucky or what? Captain Jacks, The Chutes, Falcon Trail, Palmer Park, leg-breaking climbs, hair-on-fire descents and everything between. Click "START DISCUSSION" below to share stories and photos about mountain biking in the Pikes Peak Region.
A mile long, 1,900 ft. elevation gain. It lures us in, then breaks our legs and burns our lungs. Click START DISCUSSION to write your story and add photos. Post your best time, name and age in the comment box. We'll add you to our Incline Honor Roll.
It's 6 a.m. in The Garden of the Gods and you have the place to yourself. Whether you take to the road or crush some granite, we're all about running around here. Click "START DISCUSSION" below to post your stories, blogs and photos.See More
"Unfortunately I would have to agree that the Yak-Traks are definitely guilty of breaking way too often, I know of at least 6 fellow runners that have blown theirs out! I am currently using Kahtoolas and they are by far better. One thing I did notice…"
"Cameron were you using a Contour or GoPro or... have you seen that Contour is coming out with a gps and blue tooth enabled full hd camera that you can tweak settings on the fly via the blutooth/smartphone functions!! I think we're getting one…"
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